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DeNA shutters U.S. offices as the early leader in mobile gaming retreats to Japan

Bridging success in gaming from one region to another is difficult. Just ask DeNA. That publisher is dissolving and liquidizing its DeNA Global in San Francisco, which was the subsidiary that oversaw the company’s Western operations. DeNA was one of the early leaders in mobile gaming, but now it is not even a top-10 publisher in […]
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