Vietnam to Develop MMOs

Charlie Goes High-Tech People's Daily Online reports that Vietnam will aggressively develop up video games, including more than a handful of localized MMORPGs in the coming years. If they can do it, market share shouldn't be a problem. Everyone knows you'd best avoid an economic war in southeast Asia. "We hope that each of the 83 companies has at least one game widely circulated in the domestic market. If this is achieved, they can make combined game revenues of 83 million U.S. dollars in 2010," said Truong Hoai Trang, vice chairman of the Vietnam Software Association (Vinasa). Read the entire article from the free voice of the Vietnamese comrade: People's Daily Online.

Charlie Goes High-Tech

People's Daily Online reports that Vietnam will aggressively develop up video games, including more than a handful of localized MMORPGs in the coming years. If they can do it, market share shouldn't be a problem. Everyone knows you'd best avoid an economic war in southeast Asia.

"We hope that each of the 83 companies has at least one game widely circulated in the domestic market. If this is achieved, they can make combined game revenues of 83 million U.S. dollars in 2010," said Truong Hoai Trang, vice chairman of the Vietnam Software Association (Vinasa).

Read the entire article from the free voice of the Vietnamese comrade: People's Daily Online.

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