Entering the Global Market
With the push for global expansion, so too has our line of smartphone games evolved and progressed.
Starting in 2013, KLabGames began releasing its games worldwide starting from Europe, North America, and other English-speaking areas to Mainland China, and the global version of Love Live! School Idol Festival, released in 2014, became a major hit.
The global version of Bleach: Brave Souls was released in 2016, and in 2017 the global version of Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team was released in six languages and went on to become the biggest global hit in KLab history.
We plan to continue delivering fantastic content to players all over the world.
KLab Employees Working Overseas
KLab has implemented the “Overseas Employment Placement Program” for employees who wish to challenge themselves on a global level.
Regardless of their area of specialization, many employees take advantage of this program to work on various projects related to game design, development, and production. Through this system, KLab employees have the opportunity to collaborate with the staff working in the offices overseas as well as the team of international staff members in Tokyo Headquarters.
While minimizing the challenges derived from physical or cultural barriers, KLab will continue to generate worldwide hits as the strong network of talented employees around the globe work together in unison to produce world-class games.