Bandai Namco Spins Off Network Services to Subsidiary to Improve Online Infrastructure for its Games

Bandai Namco is set to open Bandai Namco Network Services in October, aiming to improve the quality of its online services.

on May 14, 2018 12:31 AM

Today Bandai Namco Entertainment announced that it’s spinning off its network services operation to a brand new wholly-owned subsidiary aptly named Bandai Namco Network Services.

The new company will be established on October 1st, in order to quickly respond to the need to of better and stable online services for the users of Bandai Namco’s products, starting with games.

By hiring and training highly specialized personnel, the new subsidiary will create a system of network services that can fulfill the growing demand for a diversity of network services across the corporation’s businesses.

The longer-term goal is to become a multifunctional company capable to respond to those needs on multiple fields, facilitating growth and expansion for the group as a whole. The idea is to expand horizontally across all branches of the group’s businesses.

Hopefully, this will dramatically improve the quality of online operations for Bandai Namco’s games, but it’ll probably take a while to see the practical effects ourselves.

If you’re interested in Bandai Namco Entertainment’s business performance, you can check out our latest financial article.


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