Bandai Namco

NAMCO BANDAI Games’ organizational structure is designed to provide hit products. We operate with two virtual functional systems: the Production Group and the Publishing Functions. The Production Group works not only at content creation, but to promote the entire strategy for the created content, including strategies for use, and coordination with other businesses in the Group and other partners such as the media and external production companies. Our Publishing Functions work to ensure fast and flexible supply of contents to multiple channels in Japan and around the world.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
Shinagawa, JP
Founded
1955
Size (employees)
7,561 (est)+3%
Bandai Namco was founded in 1955 and is headquartered in Shinagawa, JP

Bandai Namco Office Locations

Bandai Namco has offices in Shinagawa, Vancouver and Singapore
Shinagawa, JP (HQ)
5-37-8, Shiba, Minato-ku

Bandai Namco Data and Metrics

Bandai Namco Financial Metrics

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Market capitalization (18-Apr-2017)

6.7 b

Closing share price (18-Apr-2017)

30.6
Bandai Namco's current market capitalization is $6.7 b.
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Bandai Namco News and Updates

ZenBook maker Asus launches $50M venture fund to bring Silicon Valley startups into Asia

 Asus, the Taiwanese hardware firm known for its ZenBooks, ZenFones and Zenbo the cute, humanoid robot, is stepping into the VC game with the launch of a $50 million venture capital fund. Managed in partnership with Fenox Venture Capital, it will focus on strategic investments with startups that wan…

Bandai Namco is taking Tekken into the fight on iOS and Android

Bandai Namco is bringing its hit fighting game franchise Tekken to iOS and Android. The mobile version of Tekken soft launches in Canada today, although the publisher plans for a global launch at an unspecified date. Tekken on mobile will feature a single-player story mode and online versus matches.…

Heroic Labs launches open-source backend game servers to help small studios with online services

Game developers are turning to outside vendors for backend services, but there is always a danger they could get locked into one with bad results. So Heroic Labs is announcing the formal launch of its Nakama 1.0 open-source real-time game servers to help with this. The San Francisco-based company ha…

Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle spirit bombs app stores with 200 million downloads

The mobile role-playing game Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle has passed 200 million downloads on iOS and Android, publisher Bandai Namco announced today. The free-to-play title launched in 2015 and has steadily attracted players. It’s download number was at 150 million in April, so Dokkan Battle has ga…

Tales of the Rays promises to be an actual Tales game for iOS and Android

Bandai Namco has released Tales of the Rays for iOS and Android today. It’s a new entry in the popular Japanese role-playing game (JRPG) series that touts similar graphics and action as its console and PC counterparts. The Tales series is one of the more popular in the JRPG genre, with the franchise…

AR/VR Weekly: Back into the metaverse

I’ve found myself getting back into virtual reality recently after my wife, Stephanie, asked me if she could play the launch game Audioshield. She remembered having a good time punching the notes from some of her favorite songs out of the air, but Stephanie stopped playing after getting pregnant. Ou…
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