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Get ready. We’re opening the doors of our Copenhagen office to the Danish gaming industry for 2017. The center, aptly named the ‘GameHub’, will act as a shared office space ideal for gaming professionals to learn from one another.
At a fair price, we will provide free coffee, fast WiFi and big meeting rooms in a beautiful space based in the heart of Copenhagen.
Founder and chairman of GameAnalytics, Morten Wulff, said: “Our aim is to give something back to the game development community in the city where it all began for us.”
“At GameAnalytics, we’re continually investing in developing our tool, always trying to improve the product and make it the best solution available. Hopefully, by working side by side with promising studios we can learn a lot from each other. Maybe we can help take them to the next level of success – and vice-versa,” he added.
With this in mind, anyone is welcome to use the space – from indie developers, to successful studios, or even game publishers.
Started in 2011, GameAnalytics has grown into a leading global platform, which now processes over 5B events every day across 1.7B tracked devices. Mobvista, a leading online advertising platform, acquired GameAnalytics in Q1 of 2016. Mobvista specializes in creating technology which distributes mobile ads.
“This collaboration is a really exciting time for us,” said Morten. “We’re two of the world’s leading game monetization platforms and we have big plans ahead – watch this space.”
The opening of the ‘GameHub’ in Copenhagen comes at a time of rapid growth for the mobile gaming community. For the first time, revenues from mobile games have overtaken PC, reaching $36.9 billion in 2016.
Anyone looking to take advantage of the GameAnalytics ‘GameHub’ should get in touch with the Copenhagen office asap – places are expected to run out fast.
You can reach out to us on Twitter for more information or to apply for a space.