MDEC, MATRADE Bringing 16 Local Companies To Tokyo Game Show

Tokyo Game Show is the largest video game trade show in Japan.
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The Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) and the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) will be bringing 16 Malaysian gaming and creative content companies to the Tokyo Games Show (TGS2023) happening from 21 to 24 September.

MDEC stated that this is part of their commitment to showcasing talented local gaming developers, strengthening vital partnerships with Japan, and providing opportunities to engage with worldwide industry leaders.

They added that they aim to engage with major Japanese publishers, developers, and investors in securing opportunities for Malaysia such as Foreign Direct Investments (FDI), export and outsourcing deals, Intellectual Property (IP) publishing partnerships, and funding for the Digital Content Industry.  

Among the 16 Malaysian gaming companies that converge at TGS2023 in Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan are Acxyn, Ammobox Studios, Glow Production, Hide & Seeds Production, Illusionist Animation Studio, IXI Creatives, Kaigan Games, Magnus Games Studio, Quurk, Syncraft, Ten Ten Studio, Weyrdworks, The Illusion Picture, Dreamfact, Metal Brain Studio, and Fly Studio.  

TGS2023, themed ‘Games In Motion, The World In Revolution’ is Japan’s largest annual trade show for video game developers and is one of the world’s biggest game shows. 

MDEC will also be hosting the Malaysia Digital Expo 2023 (MDX2023) in September—a six-week-long exhibition to demonstrate Malaysia’s readiness to explore and grow; take its digital ecosystem to the next level; and open doors for businesses to expand into ASEAN and beyond. 

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