MoGi to Attend GDC 2018
MoGi Group was delighted this week to announce its plans to attend this year’s Games Development Conference (GDC) in San Francisco.
The global video games localization, community management, player support, voice-over recording, age rating, and compliance testing specialist will be present at the conference with partners SQS and Testbirds; the trio will be teaming up to provide developers and publishers all across the world with a new level of excellence in comprehensive, bespoke video games service packages. MoGi Group, along with SQS and Testbirds, will be available for meetings and consultations at booth 2103 (South Hall) throughout GDC from March 19th to 23rd at the Moscone Convention Centre, San Francisco.
MoGi Group will be in attendance throughout GDC this year and are currently taking bookings for one-on-one consultations throughout the conference. An established expert in the video games services sector, MoGi Group specializes in video games localization, player support, community management, compliance and quality assurance, and voice-over recording. Its services helped countless developers and publishers (including Telltale Games, NCSoft, Konami, and Epic games, to name a few) all over the globe to reach new and more diverse markets through excellence in linguistic and support diversification. Through developing strong industry partnerships, MoGi has forged new ground in diverse, multi-level video games services that have proven to be instrumental in helping new and established games break into new markets the world over using its keen understanding of linguistic intricacy and cultural variables as well as a passion for all things gaming.
GDC is renowned for being the largest gathering of video games industry professionals in the world. Now in its 32nd year, GDC attracts over 25,000 developers, publishers, and service providers from all corners of the globe to San Francisco to discover cutting-edge new gaming technologies, forge new partnerships, hear all the latest industry announcements, and get an up-close-and-personal insight into the future of the industry over the coming years. This year the conference will feature over 500 lectures, panels, and round-table discussions on every aspect of the industry led by countless well-known names and faces. For developers looking to meet outstanding, expert gaming service providers, GDC has become the place to be._
Attending GDC 2018 in San Francisco in partnership with MoGi Group will be compliance veterans SQS, and crowdtesting specialists Testbirds. SQS, the world’s largest independent quality assurance specialist, has become an expert in compliance since its foundations in 1982 and has, over the last 10 years, worked on over 500 gaming projects. SQS provides outstanding video game compliance services scalable to any project size or platform and has a proven track record in game certification testing. Testbirds’ unique crowdtesting skills focus on pairing real users with real devices to get real results. With over 250,000 testers in more than 190 countries, Testbirds lead the way in innovative solutions in testing any combination of games, software, apps, websites, and Internet of Things applications based on unbiased real-time feedback focused on usability and functionality. The combination of MoGi Group, SQS, and Testbirds culminates in an all-encompassing, scalable video games services package that will put developers at a huge advantage when introducing games to the market, ensuring games are released the right way, every time. Developers can get a taste of what the powerful combination of MoGi Group, SQS and Testbirds can do on the run up to the conference with some great prizes in this GDC Competition.
MoGi Group are currently taking bookings for consultations and one-on-one meetings throughout GDC for prospective new partners and old friends alike to discuss not just how its bespoke services package has help games touch new global audiences through localization and quality assurance, but how engaging community management and dedicated player support can keep players playing for longer and extend a game’s lifespan. Early booking is advisable as places have been known to fill up quickly in the past.