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Finger Punch opens new headquarters in Singapore

Mobile publisher plans to "ambitiously pursue" partners across Southeast Asia, North America, and Europe

Opening its new headquarters in Singapore earlier this week, mobile publisher Finger Punch has announced plans to become a global leader in its field.

Founded by industry veteran of ten years, Rip Yoon, Finger Punch aims to provide licensing, localisation, marketing, operations, and customer service support for its developers.

Yoon has a wealth of experience having worked with companies such as Netmarble, Foundation 9 Entertainment, and Webzen.

"Finger Punch is making a major commitment to support and service our gamers and developers in this region," he said. "We will carefully select and publish mobile games that are tailored to local market need."

Having published five games since 2016, and with 11 more slated for release this year, Finger Punch plans to "ambitiously pursue game publishing partners" across Southeast Asia, Europe and North America.

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