Nitro Games, a leading Finnish developer and publisher of mobile games, launches its latest game ”Medals of War” in Canada. Previously the game has been available in Sweden, the Netherlands, Philippines and Ireland.
“Expanding Medals of War to Canada is a logical next step for us. Being one of the more prominent key mobile game markets, Canada has a lot of similarities with the United States. This new market entry helps us to prepare our marketing activities as we are looking forward to introducing the game to larger audiences.” says Jussi Tähtinen, CEO and Co-Founder, Nitro Games Oyj.
This new market release is part of Nitro Games’ MVP process, where the game development is closely tied to collecting actual market data and community feedback as the game is being further developed.
Medals of War is a mobile strategy game with a WW2 fantasy setting. It’s a community-focused game that brings players together with their friends. Players are matched with each other in intense PvP combat – In real-time! The aim is to level up and hone your skills to be the best commander in Warland.
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CEO Jussi Tähtinen
Phone: +358 44 388 1071
Nitro Games in brief:
Nitro Games is a free-to-play mobile game developer and publisher with a decade of experience in developing games for the mid-core user segment, mostly focusing on the genre of strategy games. The Company focuses on producing games with high production value and high revenue potential for smartphones and tablets. With Nitro Games’ powerful NG Platform and NG MVP-process, the Company is able to do market validation with new game prototypes after only a week of development. Historically, Nitro Games has developed games such as East India Company, Commander: Conquest of the Americas, Pirates of Black Cove and Raids of Glory. Nitro Games’ shares are listed on Nasdaq First North Stockholm with the ticker NITRO, and the company’s Certified Adviser is Augment Partners AB, phone: +46 8 505 651 72. www.nitrogames.com.
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