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Submitted by alt 1506d ago | interview

Jasmine Revolution, It’s the Chance

The MEA is in chaos now. Let’s talk about how the chaos would work on the local game industry. This interview is done with Muhamed Said, the CEO of 2M.Net of Egypt.

1. 2M.Net is an unfamiliar company to Korea. Please introduce yourself to us. Specifically what business do you run?

2mdotnet is founded in 2007 as a distributor for online games, via our established reseller network and our offices which are located in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, UEA, and Kuwait.

Moreover, 2mdotnet is providing our partners with full details about our local market and helping them to achieve higher market share. In other hand, we are offering a localization service for game publishers and that is by our professional gamers translators. (2M.Net, Industry)

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