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Apptutti partners with security firm to help bring Korean games to China

Security firm INCA Internet to assist with Korean language support for online portal

Apptutti, an online portal dedicated to helping developers release games in China, has announced a new partnership with Korea-based security firm INCA Internet to begin working with South Korean developers.

The company, based in Hong Kong, aims to serve as a gateway to developers who want to publish games in China, where it is extremely difficult to publish without a local partner supporting the effort. Apptutti helps developers through the legal process, connects them with the country's app stores, and assists with translation and other endeavors.

Previously, the service was only available in English, but as PocketGamer.biz reports, the partnership will see Apptutti's support extend to Korean as well.

Any developers wishing to make use of this service will need to wait, though, as China currently has placed a temporary freeze on new game license approvals while a new process is put in place to help combat myopia in the country's children.

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