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'''Tamashi''' ([[wikipedia:Georgian language|Varkan]]: თამაში) is a [[Varkana|Varkan]] video game developer, publisher and distributor based in [[Klow]], founded in March 1993 by [[DUDE]] and [[DUDE]]. DUDE and DUDE were video game retailers before they founded the company, which initially acted as a distributor of foreign video games for the domestic market.
 
'''Tamashi''' ([[wikipedia:Georgian language|Varkan]]: თამაში) is a [[Varkana|Varkan]] video game developer, publisher and distributor based in [[Klow]], founded in March 1993 by [[DUDE]] and [[DUDE]]. DUDE and DUDE were video game retailers before they founded the company, which initially acted as a distributor of foreign video games for the domestic market.
  
Tamashi is best known for their video games, including first-person shooter [[TBD]], mobile game [[TBD]], and the football game [[Onze]]. Tamashi was the ?th largest game company in the world by revenue in 2018. As of October 2019, it owns 43 consolidated subsidiaries around the world.
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Tamashi is best known for their video games, including first-person shooter [[TBD]], mobile game [[TBD]], and the football game ''[[Onze]]''. Tamashi was the ?th largest game company in the world by revenue in 2018. As of October 2019, it owns 43 consolidated subsidiaries around the world.
  
 
==Subsidiaries==
 
==Subsidiaries==

Revision as of 20:42, 12 October 2019

Tamashi (Varkan: თამაში) is a Varkan video game developer, publisher and distributor based in Klow, founded in March 1993 by DUDE and DUDE. DUDE and DUDE were video game retailers before they founded the company, which initially acted as a distributor of foreign video games for the domestic market.

Tamashi is best known for their video games, including first-person shooter TBD, mobile game TBD, and the football game Onze. Tamashi was the ?th largest game company in the world by revenue in 2018. As of October 2019, it owns 43 consolidated subsidiaries around the world.

Subsidiaries

Tamashi owns 43 game studios worldwide:

Aetolia

Empodia

Fosia

Illypnia

Kaftia

Lurandia

Varkana

Games

TBD