Vyk Games opens casual games development team

Vyk Games opens casual games development team
Michael French

By Michael French

October 28th 2008 at 2:34PM

Chinese outsourcing firm expands industry offering

Recently rebranded games outsourcing specialist Vyk Games has opened a new division focused on casual games development at its Shanghai HQ.

The new team will offer co-development services to developers and publishers around the globe.

Vyk has also announced a new deal with online casual games portal Games2Win.com to provide Flash-based games content for the site.

“Vyk Games has successfully provided top-tier developers and publishers worldwide with a wide range of development and art services aimed at alleviating the pressures associated with tight deadlines and high development costs,” said Tom Sperry, CEO of Vyk Games.

“As competition heats up to capitalise on the significant market opportunities in casual gaming, we’ll see these same realities faced by just about every player in the market. By creating a team that specialises in casual games development, we can now address the rising needs of casual game developers to create great games on time and within budget.”

“We’re seeing unprecedented growth in the casual games market worldwide, and we needed to streamline our casual game development in order to control development schedules and keep budgets under control,” added Alok Kejriwal, CEO of Games2Win.

“Vyk Games presented a service portfolio that addresses all of these needs and we’re looking forward to offering high-quality and entertaining casual games developed in partnership with the company.”