New firm to provide digital entertainment
Manama , September 29, 2011
Digital Development Management (DDM) has joined forces with Gulf-based Trans Technologies, to form Red Stallion Interactive, a new publisher devoted to developing and distributing interactive entertainment.
As on one of the world’s leading business and talent agencies for video games and digital entertainment, DDM and Trans Technologies will together provide interactive entertainment in the Gulf region, a statement said.
Red Stallion will have offices located in Qatar, Bahrain and Massachusetts, the company said.
DDM will serve as senior advisor and operational manager to Red Stallion, providing expertise and business strategies based in the West to address high quality game entertainment across the Gulf and Middle East region.
Red Stallion's content, both licensed and original, will be rooted in culture based on the Arabian Gulf region, with global themes and appeal.
By tapping into DDM's global expertise in the video game marketplace, Red Stallion will work with some of the leading video game developers, publishers and intellectual property creators around the world to generate best-in-class digital content for a region eager to engage with new interactive entertainment.
With DDM's partnership, the company will initially focus on distributing and developing for the greater Arabian Gulf region to establish its business base, bringing a high quality mobile platform, and online interactive content portfolio to the region's growing customer base, with plans to expand globally.
"Our partnership with DDM to create Red Stallion marks Trans Technologies' first investment in the interactive entertainment industry and we couldn't be more excited about this groundbreaking offering to the Arabian Gulf," said Dr Mohamed Juman, owner, Trans Technologies.
"Red Stallion, through our partnership with DDM, will hopefully fulfill a growing demand for interactive content that speaks to the cultural and entertainment habits of different international territories.”
“We will look to bridge the gap by focusing distribution of relevant and appropriately localised games and media. As the face of interactive gaming evolves, Red Stallion will be at the forefront, leading the charge toward joining these forces and markets together," he said. – TradeArabia News Service
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