Virtuos - Highlights of 2018 (Dec. Edition)
Virtuos - Highlights of 2018 (Dec. Edition), a great showcase of the highlights of our client work for the past 18 months across Games, Movies & TV series. Let us know what you think! We are pretty proud of the breadth of work we have completed!
VIRTUOS CONTRIBUTES TO UBISOFT’S FAR CRY® NEW DAWN
Virtuos was involved in building Far Cry® New Dawn's environment production pipeline by producing top quality scenes and assets.
E3 2019: VIRTUOS PARTICIPATED IN 24 MAJOR TITLES WITH 3 IGN WINNERS
We were thrilled to witness the reveal of the many games that Virtuos was involved in producing and developing at E3 2019: a record 24 of these riveting games, to be exact. A hearty round of congratulations and thanks to all Virtuosi involved.
Virtuos continues global expansion with new offices in Montreal and South Korea
Virtuos has announced the opening of its first owned branch offices in Montreal and South Korea. These new offices will allow Virtuos to better serve its broad and growing range of clients in the North America and EMEA markets.
Virtuos Studio partners with Riot Games to develop League of Legends skins
3D Graphics and Animation studio Sparx*, a Virtuos studio in Vietnam, announces today a new partnership with Riot Games to develop new skins for the online multiplayer battle arena game League of Legends (LoL).
Gamasutra visits Virtuos and reports on china outsourcing
Gamasutra and Game Developer magazine editorial director Simon Carless visited Virtuos’ new development center in Shanghai during Chinajoy 2006. He published a long report titled “Inside China’s Game Outsourcing Biz”. In the report, Carless notes how rapidly the game outsourcing market has been scaling up and how Virtuos is positionned on the high-end of the market.
Legend Capital invests in Virtuos
Virtuos, one of the world’s largest outsourced services provider in the games industry, announced today that it has closed a Series A stock financing round with Legend capital, the independent Venture Capital firm under Legend Holdings, owner of Lenovo group. New Access Capital is the exclusive financial advisor for this transaction.
New study evaluates games outsourcing market at $1Bn in 2006
According to a new study by Screendigest, “a quiet revolution is transforming the games industry as developers turn to outsourcing to control spiraling next generation costs. Outsourcing in Next Generation Games Development reveals a sea change in games development that is resulting in significant expenditure being shifted to outsourced services providers, many located in Eastern Europe and South Asia”
China game market reaches $470 million USD in 2005
The strong health of the China Games Industry was confirmed at its 2006 Annual Meeting on January 11 in Xiamen. It was announced that the market size was $470 million USD in 2005, a 30 percent increase over 2004′s subscribers and a 52.6 percent increase over 2004 income. Online games also provided a boost of 17.3 billion yuan ($2.14 billion USD) to telecommunications, 7.1 billion yuan ($887.5 million USD) to the IT industry, and 30 million yuan ($3.7 million USD) to the publishing industry.
French Minister visits Virtuos
French Small and Medium size Companies Minister Renaud Dutreil visited Virtuos on October 25, during his official visit to China.
Virtuos opens office in Paris, working on PSP
Virtuos has partnered with French game developer Gamesource to open an office in Europe. Under the terms of the agreement, Gamesource provides facilities and technical expertise to Virtuos which is represented in Europe by Gamesource CEO, Christophe Gandon.
Virtuos makes debut on XBOX 360 at E3 2005
E3 2005 LA was an exceptional occasion for Virtuos to showcase some of its latest work. 2 major games on which Virtuos collaborated extensively were on display at the show.
Game companies caps : the China vs US match
Few people realize, but Chinese game companies are to be taken very seriously. The chartbelow compares leading entertainment software companies valuations in the US and China.
Chinese groups acquire Indian and Japanese studios
Recent news indicate that the largest Chinese gaming companies have the appetite and the cash to acquire studios from neighbouring countries. The common point ? …Acquire know-how and content.
India out sources to China for tech talent
The New York Times explains how large Indian companies like Infosys and Wipro are investing into China’s talent pool. It mentions that “China has a worker base equal to India’s in terms of cost, quality and scale” : when you think about game development, the major advantage that China also has is that the majority of Chinese students are Gamers !