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    How Publishers Help Mobile Game Developers Succeed?

    - by Tamatem Inc.

    How Publishers Help Mobile Game Developers Succeed? Written by: Simon Batt In this day and age, it’s not uncommon for game developers to publish their own games. Now that developers have all the control to publish their games to the public, what’s the point of having a publisher anymore? In truth, publishers can be a great help…

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    Tamatem Gaming Company: Recipient of EY Entrepreneur Award

    - by Tamatem Inc.

    The article was featured on the cover and web version of Venture Magazine on 7 February, 2018. This was the second year that Hussam Hammo, the founder and CEO of gaming company Tamatem, applied for the EY award. “When we applied last year I was very excited for the prize but I wasn’t sure that we were 100…

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    Tamatem nets $2.5M to localize mobile games for Arabic-speaking markets

    - by Tamatem Inc.

    This article was published by Gamasutra on 6 February, 2018. Written by Chris Kerr. Jordanian publisher Tamatem has raised $2.5 million in Series A funding to localize more games for the Arabic-speaking Middle East and North Africa (MENA) mobile market. Since being founded in 2013, Tamatem has published over 40 games in the MENA region, but it wants…

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    Jordanian mobile games publisher Tamatem raises $2.5 million

    - by Tamatem Inc.

    This article was featured on PocketGamer.biz on 5 February, 2018. Written by Craig Chapple. Jordanian mobile games publisher Tamatem has raised $2.5 million in a Series A investment round. The funding will be used to expand that company’s operations and localise mobile titles for the Middle East and North Africa markets. Tamatem hopes to also close bigger…

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    Tamatem Secures $2.5 Million to Localise Mobile Games for MENA Region

    - by Tamatem Inc.

    The article was featured on GamesIndustry.biz on 5 Febraury, 2018. Written by Haydn Taylor. After raising $2.5 million in Series A funding, Jordanian-based mobile publisher Tamatem is looking to plug a gap in the market by localising more games into Arabic. According to global consulting firm Strategy&, the Middle-East North African (MENA) mobile gaming market is expected…

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