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May 12, 2021

GamesIndustry.biz expands with Japan Edition

first_img 2Sign inorRegisterto rate and replyJim Webb Executive Editor/Community Director, E-mpire Ltd. Co.5 years ago Fantastic. It’s such an important market and it’s amazed me that so few professional western media outlets have established inroads into the east. That said, I can’t think of a better outlet to break into it. 4Sign inorRegisterto rate and replyJames Brightman Editor, North America, GamesIndustry.biz5 years ago Thanks Alfonso! GamesIndustry.biz expands with Japan EditionPartnership with Japan’s 4Gamer.net brings industry content to millions of readers across the countryGamesIndustry StaffWednesday 20th April 2016Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareGamesIndustry.biz is pleased to announce today that we’ve extended our reach across the globe yet again. Thanks to a partnership with Aetas-owned 4Gamer.net, we’ve launched GamesIndustry.biz Japan Edition, written entirely in Kanji to complement 4Gamer.net’s already sizable audience of 4.7 million monthly unique users. In addition to content being translated into Japanese from this website, 4Gamer’s team will be writing localized content about the games industry in Japan. Furthermore, GamesIndustry.biz has teamed with Silicon Studio Corp., a company specializing in temporary staffing services to the game industry, to extend its already world-class jobs board into the Japanese marketplace. The GamesIndustry.biz Career section of Japan Edition will provide information on different forms of employment, allow users to search information by skill set, and ultimately deliver a top-notch job-matching service.”With full-time writers in New York, San Francisco, Toronto and the UK, GamesIndustry.biz has been serving the needs of the industry in the West for years. To be fully global, however, expansion into Asia is necessary and I couldn’t be happier that we’re realizing that effort in Japan, home to industry stalwarts like Sony, Nintendo, Capcom and Square Enix,” said James Brightman, Editor in Chief of GamesIndustry.biz.Related JobsSenior Game Designer – UE4 – AAA United Kingdom Amiqus GamesProgrammer – REMOTE – work with industry veterans! North West Amiqus GamesJunior Video Editor – GLOBAL publisher United Kingdom Amiqus GamesDiscover more jobs in games “Partnering with 4Gamer.net on GamesIndustry.biz Japan Edition is a huge win for us, as we’ll be leveraging their massive network to bring our industry perspective, exclusive news and features to a professional audience across the island nation.”Kazuhisa Okada, CEO of Aetas Inc., added, “4Gamer.net began in Japan 16 years ago with a small personal website dealing only with PC games. Since such humble beginnings, 4Gamer.net has grown beyond PC games and now covers more reporting areas including online, console and mobile games. Throughout the years we have been covering news and stories about the games industry and writing player-centric articles in hopes of the development of the industry.”We also have hoped to create media exclusively for the industry, and the strong partnership with such a well known publication like GamesIndustry.biz, a sister website of Eurogamer.net, and Silicon Studio Corp. is another step forward in realizing this goal. We are indeed honored to launch GamesIndustry.biz Japan Edition today.”Celebrating employer excellence in the video games industry8th July 2021Submit your company Sign up for The Daily Update and get the best of GamesIndustry.biz in your inbox. Enter your email addressMore storiesActivision no longer working with Call of Duty actor after hateful sexist commentsA video resurfaced on social media showing Jeff Leach making offensive, sexual and threatening remarks targeting women By Marie Dealessandri 2 days agoHow Women in Gaming survived its publisher’s demiseMeagan Marie explains how Crystal Dynamics stepped in after Prima Games, the original publisher of her book, shut down right after launchBy Brendan Sinclair 5 days agoLatest comments (3)Alfonso Sexto Lead Tester, Ubisoft Germany5 years ago Congratulation on the expansion! It’s good to see one of the most serious, competent and enjoyable information source within the game industry doing good and growing.Keep up the good work! 😉center_img 3Sign inorRegisterto rate and replySign in to contributeEmail addressPasswordSign in Need an account? Register now.last_img read more

May 2, 2021

TRD is throwing a subscriber summer sale and you’re invited

first_imgThe Real Deal is throwing an end-of-summer sale and you’re invited! Join the TRD community today and get 20% off any annual subscription package. Plus, we’ve added new exclusive subscriber benefits. There’s never been a better time to join.Exclusive benefits of becoming a TRD subscriber include:Unlimited access to all of our news, data, analysis and rankings across the U.S.Fewer ads, more contentDirect access to TRD‘s news team via monthly conference callsTRD’s fan-favorite newsletter, The Daily Dirt, delivered to your inbox every dayCustomizable regional and industry newslettersOur extensive archive of past deals and newsDiscounts to TRD and partner eventsEarly access to TRD’s magazine content…and much more.ADVERTISEMENTUse the promo code AUG20 at checkout for 20% off any annual subscription package and look out for our emails. This offer is valid for new customers only. Sale ends Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2020. This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Nowlast_img read more

December 31, 2020

CRC Health Group acquires Habit OPCO, nation’s fourth largest opiate addiction treatment network

first_imgCRC Health Group, the nation’s largest provider of addiction treatment and related behavioral health services, today announced the acquisition of Habit OPCO, the nation’s fourth largest provider of opiate addiction treatment clinics. Founded in 1985, Habit OPCO has 22 treatment locations in Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The acquisition increases CRC Health’s total number of comprehensive treatment centers to 80, and will help ensure the delivery of high-quality treatment services for the country’s surging opiate (prescription medication) abuse epidemic. The deal is expected to close in the first quarter of 2014.”We are very pleased to announce this acquisition as we seek to help the country’s growing number of individuals addicted to prescription pain killers and other opiates by providing high quality treatment options,” said R. Andrew Eckert, CRC Health Chief Executive Officer. “The statistics are staggering: more than 15 million people in this country abuse prescription drugs. And this epidemic is affecting every demographic in every area.”The addition of Habit OPCO expands CRC’s ability to offer individuals the latest, evidence-based addiction treatment services including medication-assisted treatments (MATs) with FDA approved medications like Suboxone and methadone. Together, CRC and Habit OPCO will administer MATs in a safe and caring environment as part of a multi-disciplinary approach that addresses the physical, physiological, spiritual and social aspects of addiction. Counseling is provided by professional clinicians who assist patients in learning new skills and making the necessary lifestyle changes to eliminate drug-seeking and drug-abusing behaviors.With its initial program in Boston, Habit OPCO experienced substantial growth beginning in the late 1980s, and was the first provider in the nation to offer mobile services. They were also among the first in the U.S. to be accredited, and earlier this year announced a 90% patient satisfaction rate.”Habit OPCO’s treatment centers share CRC’s commitment to quality care, and will expand CRC into the northeast, a region where we were previously under-represented,” said Eckert.”Indeed, CRC and Habit OPCO share in the mission to provide treatment for opiate addiction to communities in need in a manner which respects each individual’s worth and recognizes their desire to improve the quality of their lives,” said Tom Magaraci, CEO of Habit OPCO. “This was a natural fit and we are excited to work with CRC to continue providing the highest quality care.”About Habit OPCOHabit OPCO is a premier provider of substance abuse treatment in the eastern United States. The company operates a regional network of 20 opioid treatment programs, providing medication-assisted treatment and counseling to communities in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Vermont. Habit OPCO utilizes a proven, multi-disciplinary approach to treatment that addresses the physical, psychological, and social aspects of drug addiction with coordinated delivery of medication and therapy. Habit OPCO has treated more than 100,000 people during their recovery from opiate dependence. The company’s clinical model enables its patients to achieve a drug-free lifestyle that improves health, reconnects them with family and friends, and helps them return to work so they can become productive members of their communities.About CRC Health GroupHeadquartered in Cupertino, Calif., CRC Health Group is the most comprehensive network of specialized behavioral healthcare services in the nation. CRC offers the largest array of personalized treatment options, allowing individuals, families and professionals to choose the most appropriate treatment setting for their behavioral, addiction, weight management and therapeutic education needs. CRC is committed to making its services widely and easily available, while maintaining a passion for delivering advanced treatment. Since 1995, CRC has been helping individuals and families reclaim and enrich their lives. For more information, visit www.crchealth.com(link is external) or call (877) 637-6237.CUPERTINO, CA–(Marketwired – December 10, 2013)last_img read more

August 30, 2020

‘It Is A Pain I Will Remember For Life’ – Abidal Opens Up On…

first_imgFormer Barcelona defender Eric Abidal has opened up on his much publicised cancer hell.The Frenchman spoke extensively with Canal+ about his sickness battles in the early part of this decade.In his words, Abidal said: “It is a pain I will remember for life. It was unbearable, like an open knife.”“When the doctor told me I would need an operation I was happy. It is a suffering that I wouldn’t wish on anyone.“I was very thin and before a game, I made a video to send to the players to cheer them up and send support.“Do you know what Messi told me? Don’t send us things like that anymore because it hurts us.“I didn’t see it like that, I was trying to encourage them but they told me they saw me like a corpse and it left them upset.” he stated further.He also recounted how he broke down when club and country teammate Thierry Henry came to visit him.The former France international said: “When Thierry [Henry] came to see me in hospital, I cried like a child.”“I didn’t want him to see me like that but I did like that he came to see me.” he concluded.RelatedLionel Messi Ignites Barca Civil War With Shots At Eric AbidalFebruary 4, 2020In “Spain”Eric Abidal Returns To Barcelona As Club AmbassadorJune 14, 2017In “Europe”EXPOSED: Truth About Mikel Obi’s Trabzonspor ExitMarch 20, 2020In “Europe”last_img read more