Rise of Board Gaming in Asia Part 3: Localisation

In this post, I will discuss how game localisation in Asia has helped fuel the global board game Renaissance. Localisation of board games has taken place for decades dating back as early as 1936 with the localisation of Monopoly by Waddington Games in Europe and the British Commonwealth.  This served as a win-win situation for […]

The rise of board gaming in Asia

Since the turn of the century, the board game industry is experiencing a renaissance on a global scale. After suffering a decline of interest, partly due to the bloom in the video game industry, the younger generation of gamers are turning back to gaming the old-fashioned way: rolling dice and placing meeples on cardboards. From what I view as a reversal of [...]

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