This year will be the first time the game department of VGTRK, the biggest Russian broadcasting company (with the total audience of over 200 million people in 2016, according to Mediascope), takes part in China Joy, hosting a booth #B968. The game department is best-known for its apps based on TV series.
The game department includes two branches: Interactive Moolt, the biggest publisher of children's educational apps in Eastern Europe, and Interactive Stories, a developer of games and apps for mature audiences.
Company's Main Projects Featured at China Joy:
For kids — Interactive Moolt:
Be-be-bears universe: 3 apps (including a music one), Best of Apple 2016; Best for family 2017 — Google Play Russia,
Paper Tales: #1 in Children's Apps, Best for Family in 156 countries
Fantasy Patrol: the most popular Russian game for teenagers based on one of the world's best TV projects.
Magic Lantern VR: Russia's first family app for VR devices.
Adults — Interactive Stories
Secrets of Investigation: a hidden object game based on a popular police drama series of the same name with its audience comprising 13.6% of Russia's population.
Fantasy City: a unique Fantasy Patrol-themed city builder.
Sniper battles: a shooter set in a life-like environment.
Renat Nezametdinov — CEO, VGTRK game department
A game industry expert since 1998, a developer and a producer with a vast experience in making and launching PC games, MMORPG, console games, mobile games, and social projects.
Alexey Ilin — producer, Interactive Moolt
The country's leading expert in developing and launching children's games and apps (over 20 interviews in main mass media, over 50 presentations at internationals conferences and shows)
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