Tokyo Otaku Mode™ Ties Up with Tokyo Game Show 2013

Tokyo Otaku Mode™ to cooperate with Tokyo Game Show 2013 through the World Distribution of the Latest Gaming News and Global Promotions

TOKYO – Tokyo Otaku Mode (TOM) is cooperating with Tokyo Game Show 2013 (TGS), which is sponsored by the Computer Entertainment Supplier’s Association (CESA; chairman: Shin Unozawa) and cosponsored by Nikkei Business Publications, Inc. (Nikkei BP; president & CEO: Kohei Osada). TOM will join in TGS’ promotions aiming at worldwide game fans for four days from Sept.19-22, 2013 at TGS event site, Makuhari Messe, 2-1 Nakase, Mihama-ku, Chiba City, Japan.

TOM plans to distribute the latest news on the event, as well as useful information for international attendees, on its news page on Tokyo Otaku Mode™ (http://otakumode.com/news) and its Facebook page with 12 million* worldwide fans (https://www.facebook.com/tokyootakumode). Furthermore, TOM will also set up an information booth and lounge for international attendees at TGS.

Through the joint cooperation, both TOM and TGS strive to increase the recognition of worldwide game fans, promote international attendees, and improve the overall satisfaction of said attendees. Furthermore, through distributing information about TGS, TOM aims to enrich its game news contents, increase the overall satisfaction of its users, and increase its level of recognition among the worldwide gaming community.

About Tokyo Otaku Mode:

Tokyo Otaku Mode™ (TOM) is a worldwide distributor of otaku content, including anime, manga, cosplay, and otaku entertainment news. Owned and managed by Tokyo Otaku Mode Inc., which was incorporated in Delaware, U.S. in April 2012 by President and CEO Tomo Kamei, TOM has operated its Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/tokyootakumode) since March 2011. In just two years since its launch, TOM has accumulated over 12 million* likes on Facebook, becoming the largest Facebook page operated by a Japanese company. Currently, 99% of its fanbase resides outside of Japan, with fans particularly increasing in Asia, which constitutes 35% of its overall fanbase. TOM also launched its own website, Tokyo Otaku Mode™ (http://otakumode.com), in 2012. The website offers otaku entertainment news articles in English and a user-generated content (UGC) platform, which TOM subscribers can upload their own self-created otaku artwork, cosplay photos, and more.

  1. * As of May 20, 2013
  2. All company names, logos, and products are trademarks of their respective organizations.

Contact:

Tokyo Otaku Mode Inc.
Email: press@tokyootakumode.com

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