MoGi Group Announces Gold Partnership With IGDA

MoGi Group, the awarding winning localization, player support, and gaming services company, has announced a position as a Gold Partner of the International Game Developers Association (IGDA).

The company – recently named as a finalist for ‘Best Localization Provider’ at the upcoming Develop Awards – will look to aid the IGDA in its mission to ‘advance the careers and enhance the lives of game developers by connecting members with their peers, promoting professional development, and advocating on issues that affect the developer community.’

We are delighted to make this partnership with the IGDA official,” said MoGi Group’s CEO, Orad Elkayam. “We strive to be at the forefront of the gaming industry when it comes to innovation and advancement and this represents an opportunity for us to do even more.”

The IGDA is the largest non-profit membership organization in the world and exists to serve all individuals who create games. From producers and programmers to writers, artists and localization teams, the IGDA brings different figures from across the world of gaming together to collaborate and forge new paths and standards in the industry.

“We cannot wait to play our part as a Gold Partner,” said Mr. Elkayam. “In particular, we hope to continue to spread awareness of, and education on, the importance of effective video game localization and player support and how service providers can work together with developers to ensure their games are ready to be loved all over the world.”

MoGi Group is a leading gaming services company with offices in Ireland, Belgium, Germany and Greece. Exclusively working with native speakers in over 40 different languages, MoGi Group provide a comprehensive range of localization services for all facets of gaming, as well as fully-flexible packages for player support, game testing and voice-over recordings.

For more information about the services offered by MoGi Group, visit our website. For more information about the IGDA, visit:
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