Entries in 'Distribution' (20)
Capcom has picked Turn Left as its distribution partner for Australia and New Zealand.
QV Software has secured a distribution deal with European publishing label Deep Silver.
Nintendo and Capcom have signed a distribution agreement for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate.
Mindscape is the new distributor of Rising Star Games in Australia and New Zealand.
Welcome to a new series highlighting the various games software, hardware and accessories distributors in Australia and New Zealand.
Sydney based games and accessories distributor QV Software is expanding its marketing team.
Square Enix supernatural mystery has locked in a release date, says Australian and New Zealand distributor Namco Bandai.
QVS has been chosen as the exclusive distribution partner in Australia and New Zealand for two upcoming titles from CI Games.
Namco Bandai has secured the Australian and New Zealand distribution rights to Short Peace, a new game and anime collaboration developed by Grasshopper Manufacture.
The highly-anticipated RPG The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be distributed by Namco Bandai Games in Australia and New Zealand, developer and publisher CD Projekt has announced.
Accessory distributor Bluemouth Interactive has secured the distribution of Skullcandy Gaming headsets in New Zealand.
Turn Left Distribution has signed on to distribute Gioteck video game peripherals and accessories in Australia and New Zealand.
After a stint working for PR and Marketing Agency cum Indie Publisher Surprise Attack, Drew Taylor is moving on to Turn Left Distribution.
Bluemouth is pushing many of its product range out to Asian regions, specifically South East Asia, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Following on from this morning's news that AFA has shut its doors, we spoke to sub-distributor Brad Ellis about the future.
After many years at All Interactive, Brad Ellis moved on and decided to find a new way to service rural clients.
Polk has a new line of Xbox One audio peripherals in the works, to be distributed exclusively in Australia and New Zealand by AIE.
After launching with Sega just a little over a year ago, fledgling distributor Five Star Games now has three publishers under its belt.
As part of the integration of its European distribution network, Namco's 'Partners' labels are being dropped from PAL territory distributors.