CHENGDU, China, Feb. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Skymoons Digital Entertainment, a Tianfu Software Park-based game company in Chengdu, has launched a studio in Edinburgh, Scotland. On February 9, the BBC's website published an article titled "Chinese 'first' for Scottish games industry" to report this event. According to the report, Skymoons is the first Chinese game company to enter the Scottish games industry.
Skymoons is a mobile game developer and operator devoted to independent R&D, agent publication, investment, and incubation. All its core members are top talents who have worked at Baidu, Shanda, Sohu Changyou, Tencent, 4399 and other first-line game companies in China. Its abilities in independent R&D, publication, and operation are recognized by the industry.
A National Science and Technology Business Incubator, National Maker Space, National Business Incubator Demonstration Base, and National Public Service Demonstration Platform for Small and Medium Enterprises, Tianfu Software Park has formed several industrial clusters including software service outsourcing, software products R&D, communication technology, digital entertainment, mobile Internet, and shared service centers. It is an important choice for well-known software and information services enterprises at home and abroad. So far it has attracted more than 600 well-known enterprises, including IBM, SAP, EMC and Maersk, as well as 34 Fortune 500 companies to settle down, with a total of more than 60,000 staff members in this park. Not only have many leading enterprises and mobile applications been successfully hatched here, such as Tap4Fun, Camera 360, Codoon, LionMobi and XGIMI, but there are also a number of mobile games products with monthly turnovers of over US$10 million such as the Galactic Empire, King's Empire, Spartan War and Huaqiangu.
With over 90% of its revenue coming from outside China, Tap4Fun had a studio in Paris as early as 2014. Camera 360 has been ranking among the top in a number of overseas market applications for many years and was listed among the Best Apps of 2016 by Google Play. LionMobi, Eptonic, Tap4Fun, Digital Sky, Qianxing Technology and other enterprises in Tianfu Software Park also have a wide range of businesses globally. According to the Mobile Products Overseas Log Report released by Baijing Research Institute, Power Clean of LionMobi ranked among the top ten on the 2016 List of Tools Downloaded Overseas. Both Camera 360 of Pingguo Technology and Invasion (online war game) of Tap4Fun ranked among the top ten on the 2016 List of Entertainment Apps Downloaded Overseas, with the former even reaching #1. In June 2016, many enterprises at Tianfu Software Park had participated in the Electronic Entertainment Expo held in New York, including Zhangyue, 360joy, TapEnjoy, and VR Dreams. Among them, VR Dreams attracted a lot of attention as the only representative of China's VR enterprises. As more and more enterprises in the park begin to expand into overseas markets, Tianfu Software Park, a gathering place for dreamers, will attract the increasing attention of the world.
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