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With an impressive portfolio of around 20 titles and over 380 million registered players, Gameforge is the leading provider of massively multiplayer online games (MMOGs) in the western hemisphere. The internationally active corporate group, based in Karlsruhe, offers its online games in more than 50 languages. Its portfolio includes client-based game worlds such as AION, TERA, Europe’s most successful MMOG Metin2, 4Story, Runes of Magic, Elsword, Wizard101 and RaiderZ as well as browser-based online games such as the award-winning Ikariam and OGame. The company employs approximately 600 staff members at its Karlsruhe and Berlin locations. Gameforge was founded by its CEO Alexander Rösner in 2003.

Recent articles about Gameforge

Layoffs strike Gameforge as publisher abandons mobile

German firm will focus entirely on PC games, loses an estimated 90 people

Tim Campbell to head up Gameforge's new division

Will increase company's focus on North American market

Gameforge: "In a competitive market quality is the only answer"

CEO Carsten van Husen on a big opportunity for core developers in the shifting mobile market

Gameforge makes move to consoles

"A flagship title for free-to-play" on PlayStation 4, says CEO

Gameforge reshuffles board

Carsten Van Husen leads shake-up at German publisher

Gameforge to close Berlin office

Company consolidates and offers positions to staff in Karlsruhe, Germany

Up to 20 more jobs go at Gameforge Berlin

German online games company lets PR and product development staff go

Gameforge cancels Star Trek: Infinite Space

Fails to find publishing and marketing partner for free-to-play title

Gameforge opts out of Asia to target Turkey and US markets

CEO Carsten van Husen on a disruptive merger, future growth and rivals in free-to-play markets

Frogster becomes Gameforge Berlin

"We have significantly strengthened our market position" says CEO

New marketing VP for Gameforge

Lothar Rentschler joins from role as CMO at Full Tilt Poker

Gameforge closes free-to-play title Katsuro

Lack of players and high costs blamed; Bigpoint to co-publish Star Trek title?

Gameforge lays off 100 employees

German browser company cuts staff as Frogster CEO steps down; Future of Star Trek title uncertain

Iorio takes COO role at Gameforge

Star Trek: Infinite Space studio builds executive team

Gameforge passes 300 million users

Online free-to-play company adds 100 million users in 12 months

Ex Gameforge CEO opens new mobile studio

Klaas Kersting founds Flaregames in Germany

Gameforge's links with gold-farming compromise Frogster

Case against Elitepvpers in fresh light as parent company's history exposed

Frogster CEO latest to walk from troubled company

MD responsible for licensing big hits to leave in April

Frogster seeks legal action after hacker instigates blackmail

But community support for the mystery user grows as disaffection becomes increasingly evident

Gameforge and keen partner for Star Trek game

Free-to-play browser title set to launch Summer 2011

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  • Gameforge AG
    Albert-Nestler-Strasse 8
    76131 Karlsruhe
    Germany
  • Karlsruhe
  • Germany

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