San Francisco based company sets aside monies for mobile developers create and develop the games you love to play. The noted "MunkyFun" is a best of breed gaming practice where this publisher fostered free-to-play games for its mobile industry.
GREE today officially announced details of the GREE Partners Fund, a new program focused on establishing long-term relationships with talented developers in the free-to-play mobile games industry. This special program will be spearheaded by Jim Ying, GREE International, Inc.’s VP of Publishing and Partners. This stewardship will enable GREE to invest an aggregate of $10 million through equity investments of $1 million or more.
“As with our investment in MunkyFun, my goal is to create long-term partnerships with a small group of top developers whose experience positions them well to create games of exceptional quality from both a game play and revenue perspective, ” said Ying. In addition to the monetary investment, partners will benefit from GREE’s hands-on approach to knowledge and resource sharing with the ultimate goal being the release of outstanding games for players around the world.
The GREE Partners Fund will offer a suite of benefits to GREE’s new partners, including access to tools and teams available to GREE’s own internal studios. GREE also plans to support partner titles through a variety of marketing efforts, monetization consulting, post-launch operations, and growth initiatives.
The fund is currently considering applicants from North and South America. Developers can find additional information or submit an application at: www.greepartnersfund.com