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Indiagames expands into America

MUMBAI: Indiagames Ltd has announced the opening of its office in Hollywood and the appointment of Sean Malatesta as Business Development VP.

 

 

Indiagames is currently headquartered in Mumbai the heart of Bollywood and also has existing relationships with key Hollywood studios like Universal, Fox, Miramax, Disney, Sony Pictures, Marvel, New Line Cinema and has worked on brands like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Jurassic Park, Bruce Lee, The Mummy, Spy Kids to name a few.

 

 

Malatesta joins IndiaGames from Mobile365, formerly Mobileway, where he served as Director, Business Development. Sean Malatesta has served as a key executive in building and developing businesses within the Media, Telecom and Entertainment sectors. Malatesta assembles partnerships with mobile carriers, technology companies, content makers, motion picture studios, TV networks, records labels, advertising agencies and media companies, informs an official release.

 

 

Prior to joining Mobile365, Mr. Malatesta was VP, Business Development/Mobile for DigiGuide, a UK technology company producing leading applications including advanced TV guides (EPGs) for multi- platforms (including interactive TV). Malatesta was VP, International & Domestic Business Development and Co-Founder of Yack Media Services, publisher of the leading Internet Program Guide service. Malatesta began his career as an agent trainee at The William Morris Agency. He was an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of The Year Finalist (2000). He holds a B.A. from University of Michigan and a J.D. from the New York Law School, the release adds.

Commenting on the development, Indiagames CEO Vishal Gondal said, "Indiagames is probably the only publisher who has relationships with movie studios in Hollywood, Bollywood & Greater China. Our presence in Mumbai, Hong Kong, Beijing and now Hollywood will give us a clear edge and strengthen our relationships with entertainment players across the world. This office will also serve as our base to work closely with Carriers across Americas. We are also very excited to have Sean as part of the Indiagames team he is well liked and one of the most knowledgeable people I know in the mobile entertainment industry."

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