Global video games services expert MoGi Group announced this week its attendance at this year’s Quo Vadis conference in Berlin.
The industry-leading specialist will be on-site at its own booth in the Station Berlin convention centre, home to Europe’s oldest gaming industry conference, from April 24th to 25th to talk about its extensive gaming service packages and the countless exciting career opportunities in its constantly expanding number of European offices.
With over a decade of experience, MoGi Group excels in creating bespoke services packages for games of any scale or genre.
MoGi Group’s services are designed to cater to the needs of developers at every stage of the games creation process. From initial development right through to post release, MoGi Group has a proven track record in ensuring games reach wider audiences worldwide.
Among its diverse and flexible range of services are unparalleled localisation, dedicated player support, engaging community management, comprehensive localisation testing, and mind-blowing voice-over and audio recording.
Putting a huge emphasis on forming partnerships, rather than just servicing clients, MoGi Group draws from its deep passion for games and the gaming industry to create solutions to apply its constantly expanding range of services to the exact needs of the project – from small indie passion projects to world-beating global titles.
MoGi Group is currently taking bookings for one-on-one consultations at this year’s Quo Vadis conference in Berlin.
The award-winning video games service provider will be present throughout the conference to meet with publishers, developers, and game creators of all shapes and forms to discuss just how its customisable suite of services can take their games to the next level!
MoGi Group’s services work in harmony to help build and foster audiences worldwide. Its linguistic, recording, and testing services allow games to reach new and wider markets worldwide while community and support services engage, inform, and empower players both before and after release, culminating in a holistic service suite aimed at improving retention and gaming experience quality.
This comprehensiveness in the scope of MoGi Group’s service suite allows developers to completely offload entire projects to one trusted outsourcing specialist, taking the pressure off and allowing them to focus all their energy on creating quality games while knowing they are safe in the hands of an experienced partner operating under one roof.
MoGi Group will also be on hand to discuss its ever-expanding number of exciting career opportunities. Its recruitment team will be present throughout Quo Vadis to provide more information on each of its departments and services from a careers perspective.
Currently recruiting across all departments, in a limitless combination of languages and specialities, MoGi Group has a range of opportunities for candidates of all backgrounds and levels of experience in the video games services industry, from graduate and entry level upwards.
With the recent announcement of its new Berlin office, due to open in 2018, MoGi Group has a wide range of opportunities for in-house and independent team members globally.
“We’re very happy to be attending such an enduring and important industry event.” says MoGi Group CEO Orad Elkayam.
“Quo Vadis has always been at the heart of the European gaming industry and we’re excited to take part in every aspect of that - whether it’s forging new partnerships or catching up with old friends. I’m expecting this year to be no different. 2018 is an especially important one for us; with our new Berlin office opening its doors soon, we feel it’s the right time to make our voices heard in one of Europe’s most important gaming strongholds.”
Celebrating its 15th anniversary this year, Quo Vadis is the oldest video games industry conference of its kind in Europe.
Over two days in Berlin’s Station Berlin convention centre, the industry extravaganza will feature a wide range of talks, lectures, panel discussions, and workshops led by some recognisable industry names and faces.
Topics and themes of the expert talks and masterclasses touch on all aspects of the gaming industry, from design and mechanics to post-release marketing and everything in between.
Over the years Quo Vadis has become the place in Europe for creators and industry professionals to gather and talk about where the industry is and should be going in the future.
Among names in the star-studded line-up for Quo Vadis 2018 are the likes of Tameem Antoniades (Creative Director of Ninja Theory), André Keller (Team Lead Software Developer at InnoGames), Lars Janssen (CEO of Travian Games), and Tymon Smektala (Producer at Techland).
Book your one-on-one consultation with MoGi Group at Quo Vadis now and find out how its flexible and scalable video games services packages can help bring your games to the world.
Publishers, developers, games creators, careers candidates, and all other interested groups can find MoGi Group at its booth at Station Berlin convention centre from April 24th to 25th.