Video Game Publishing
Video Games is one of the most progressive and competitive industries in today’s market with an estimated global value in excess of $100 billion and by nature of its foundation in technology continually in transition. Whether via the emergence of new technology and the launch of new console platforms or the increased reach and progressive growth, importance and impact of social and online gaming.
The owners at Little UpStarts have more than 65 yrs experience and broad backgrounds in video game publishing, having worked for some of the industries premier publishing houses: Microprose, Sierra Online, Vivendi Universal, Time Warner, Warner Brothers, LEGO, Take Two, The Game Factory, Kalypso Media and 505 Interactive.
Our clients have immediate access to in-depth knowledge & experience across all areas of business management, 1st party licensing and approvals, localization, packaging development, production, logistics, operations, sales, new business and market development, marketing, licensing and finance. Our extensive network of industry contacts gets your business in front of the market players that count.
Our team have been uniquely drawn together by our experience with new start ups. We’ve established and managed new start up divisions for major industry players in new markets and tackled the challenges of new start up businesses without the safety of a large corporate umbrella.
Who We Work With?
Developers – We work with mid tier developers that have a great track record for delivering of compelling and immersive games. Many development teams have worked tirelessly behind the scenes to deliver great game play for some of the most high profile publishers in the industry. As developers look to delivering a digital proposition to consumers, the early stage of transition between retail & digital delivery still leaves business on the table via the traditional model shipping boxed product. At Little UpStarts we close the gap between the two business models enabling developers to take advantage of revenue at the shelf.