After a 300 percent revenue growth in 2013, Chinese publisher ZQGame has appointed Nancy Zheng as CEO of its international operations for mobile games.
The company's rapidly expanding presence on the global stage has prompted a significant increase in traffic, and Zheng's appointment to its US office in Los Angeles is a strategic manoeuvre to handle its worldwide operations.
From licensing to investment to mergers and acquisitions, she will now spearhead all business strategies - as well as the publishing and development of mobile games outside China.
"I am humbled to be chosen to oversee ZQGame's global expansion as we leverage the incredible success the US branch has already accomplished," said Zheng in a statement.
"Our plan is to be aggressive with our business operations and development heading into 2015 as we already have in place a few major announcements and reveals that will add upon our current third party publishing model."
To support Zheng in her role to boost global business operations, ZQGame has appointed Xin Liu as CEO, Shannon Chen to the role of vice president business development, and John Hwang as vice
president of product.
ZQGame is behind free-to-play mobile games, such as Soul Guardians: Age of Midgard, Pocket Knights and Brave Brigade.