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The move East continues–DeNA shuttering ngmoco
It was part of the early wave of iPhone game developers, and one of the first to be snapped up by a Far Eastern partner. But now ngmoco is no more, as parent DeNA shuts its San Francisco office, taking a $29 million charge, and focusing on Japan and China (recently shown by AppAnnie to be the two countries with the highest ARPU amongst major territories).
It’s part of an ongoing trend towards seeking out Eastern consumers, not Western ones. Is it only a matter of time before Western development becomes less in demand in the global marketplace?
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