GIANT

Posted on 2010-06-22 17:15:47 BJT, by Mickey Yang

GIANT is one of China's leading online game developers and operators in terms of revenues, focusing on massively multiplayer online role playing games ("MMORPG") for personal computers

GIANT is one of China's leading online game developers and operators in terms of revenues, focusing on massively multiplayer online role playing games ("MMORPG") for personal computers. Many of our games are designed on a "Free-To-Play" model, by which users can access a Free-To-Play game at no cost, but must pay for virtual products and services within the game. GIANT has over 1,000 employees at our headquarters in Shanghai, China, and over 3,000 Sales & Marketing personnel throughout China. In November 2007, GIANTsuccessfully carried out an initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange ("NYSE") under the symbol "GA".

High Quality and Successful Products

Since the company was founded in November 2004, GIANT has been one of the fastest growing and most profitable companies in the Chinese online game industry. The first game of GIANT, ZT Online, was launched in January 2006 and was voted the most popular online game in China in 2006 according to the International Data Corporation, or IDC, a leading market research firm. In May 2007, ZT Online reached over 1 million peak concurrent users ("PCU"), a milestone that only a handful of games in the world have achieved. And in April 2008, ZT Online surpassed the 2.1 million PCU mark, representing a new reported PCU record in the Chinese online game industry.

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Sales and Marketing Network

Giant has built a nationwide distribution network to sell the prepaid game cards and game points required to play its games, which as of March 31, 2008, consisted of over 270 distributors, and reached over 116,500 retail outlets. They have established over 530 proprietary liaison offices with over 3,000 dedicated liaison personnel on the ground to place and promote our products in internet cafes, software stores, supermarkets, bookstores, newspaper stands, and convenience stores located throughout China.

 

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