Gyeonggi-do announced on the 20th that it will recruit nine gaming companies and 10 companies which will receive smart office support to move into Pangyo’s “Gyeonggi Global Game Center” by the 15th of next month.
Tenant companies can use the work space for one year at a low monthly rent of KRW 6,334/m2 without a deposit, and can use it for up to two years through screening for period extension. Companies which will receive smart office support can register the location of their workplaces with the Gyeonggi Global Game Center, and mail box installation and a mail receipt service are supported.
In addition, tenant companies and companies which will receive smart office support can enjoy various support benefits from the Gyeonggi Global Game Center, such as customized consulting in the legal, tax, and accounting fields, mobile test device rental, and cloud service support.
In particular, cloud services provide a variety of services that suit tenants’ preferences, such as Amazon’s AWS, Alibaba Cloud, and Naver Cloud.
Subject to recruitment are businesses that are engaged in gaming-related businesses in Gyeonggi-do as of the date of application, prospective start-ups, or businesses that can move their headquarters to Gyeonggi-do. There should be no arrears of national and local taxes.
Companies wishing to move in can submit an application for a space and a letter of introduction to the company (team) through the website of the Gyeonggi Global Game Center by July 15th. Details can be found on the website of the Gyeonggi Global Game Center.
“Gyeonggi –do will continue to support growth, including place of business, so that fledging gaming companies in the province, which are the main pillars of the healthy gaming ecosystem, can sustain stable growth,” said Kim Kyu-sik, future growth policy officer at the province.