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GREE International promotes Sheppard to CEO

Ryotaro Shima takes role of COO

GREE Inc. is back in the black after transitional year

Japanese firm readies for "new release blitz" in the next fiscal year after 12 months of declining revenue

GREE launches $12 million VR investment fund

Augmented and mixed reality companies will be considered, in gaming and beyond

"Mobile gaming is becoming artisanal. That's a good thing"

GREE Intl's Andrew Sheppard on the problem with "irrational" spending among mobile companies, and the better future that lies beyond

GREE opens new studios in Berlin, Melbourne

Mobile publisher acquires Australian dev Twiitch, which will lead the Melbourne studio

GREE International lays off 30% of workforce

Mobile publisher follows Vancouver studio closure with deep cuts at San Francisco office

Gree funds SE Asian mobile dev Touchten

Indonesian company is Gree's first investment in the fast-growing region

GREE International shuts Vancouver studio

"Decided to focus our talent on building new gameplay within our biggest franchises"

GREE appoints new VP of marketing

Shawn Conly joins from EA

Gree appoints Vice President of RPGs

Former Kabam exec Keith Kawahata will now lead the growth of Gree's Western portfolio

Gree posts Q2 loss of 7.66bn on sales of 24.1bn

UPDATE: Gree says its still growing Western presence

Gree and Line form Epic Voyage, Inc.

New company will produce games for Line's mobile platform

Kabam loses worldwide studios boss to Gree

[UPDATE] Andrew Sheppard will take the role of COO at Gree International in San Francisco

Free-to-play is the future - Gree

COO Anil Dharni on the advantages of free-to-play and why live ops are critical to a game's longevity

Gree offers redundancy to 11 per cent of workforce

Mobile firm seeks to reduce headcount by 200, closes Osaka office

Live events give Gree game a 600% revenue boost

Modern War shows the positive effect of special events on online games

Gree closing Tellit messaging service

Japanese firm backs away from growing opportunity in mobile messaging

Gree closes London offices, focuses on US for Western development

"Challenging economic climate" to blame says Japanese publisher

Gree suffers revenue and profit decline as costs rise

UPDATE: Gree to close Beijing office in June

Gree lays off staff in San Francisco

[Updated] Sources say around 30 staff laid off

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