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Vietnamese game developers seek further global recognition

Head of the Authority of Broadcasting and Electronic Information Le Quang Tu Do has called on Vietnamese game firms to join hands to create breakthroughs in the game industry.

New policies expected to promote game-industry development, less outsourcing

Vietnam GameVerse 2023, held from December 2022 to March 2023, is the first event of its kind to create a healthy playing field for game lovers to meet, exchange and share experiences.

How can the game industry grow in Vietnam?

Vietnam’s games industry has great advantages in people and favorable terrain to exploit the global industry, which is valued at $184 billion.

Ministry aims to attract game producers back to Vietnam

The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) is developing a strategy to develop the game industry, including a plan to bring Vietnamese game studios based overseas back to Vietnam.

Vietnam to develop game industry: official

The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) is developing a strategy with specific goals and norms to develop the game industry, said Le Quang Tu Do, deputy director of the Authority of Broadcasting, Television and Electronic Information.

After Axie Infinity, many GameFi projects rise and die

After the success of Axie Infinity, many NFT game projects were launched within a short period of time. However, the number of users, the income of gamers and the price of many GameFi tokens have all gone down.

Livestream game platforms in fierce competition

Game livestream platforms backed by the world's technology giants appear to be undefeated in the competitive battle in Vietnam.

Game industry in Vietnam sees promising future

Vietnamese startups in the digital content industry, especially the game industry, are witnessing impressive revenue increases despite the appearance of the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Vietnamese games distributors grow slowly, blocked by foreign giants

VietNamNet Bridge - Unable to ‘play’ on a level playing field, domestic games developers and distributors are finding it difficult to grow.

Vietnam’s mobile game market poised to explode

In recent years, millions of electronic game fans have gradually left internet cafes, where they played games on PCs, and have shifted to mobile phones. 

Vietnamese dream of making world-class games to sell on int'l market

Le Hong Minh, CEO of VNG, stirred up the public at the Vietnam Game Summit 2017 when he said that he believes Vietnam would obtain $1billion in turnover from games in the next 10 years.

Gaming hub Sweden shares tips

 Vietnamese game developers and lecturers of Uppsala University’s Department of Game Design in Sweden met yesterday in Hanoi to share their experiences on computer game design.

Game developers meet barriers to entry into market

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam’s mobile game industry is believed to have great potential, but it has not been able to turn that potential into reality.

Game industry set to take off in 2015

Along with the worldwide success of Flappy Bird, a 100 percent Vietnamese-created game, and new policies set up by watchdog agencies in 2014, the industry is set to develop strongly in 2015.

Vietnamese mobile game industry still at the starting line

 VietNamNet Bridge – Flappy Bird and Nguyen Ha Dong have kindled the hope about the development of the Vietnamese online game industry. However, experts say too many difficulties are still ahead.

MIC resumes the licensing to online games to revive game industry

 VietNamNet Bridge – Online game firms now can sigh with relief as they can develop online games openly without any secretiveness.

Games firms complain they have been handled roughly

 VietNamNet Bridge – President of VTC Online Phan Sao Nam said the 7,500 workers in the games industry have been waiting for a decree on online game management for 22,500 years.