Today, Bastion announced three new games industry client wins and a new home in the iconic Tea Building in Shoreditch.
ESL, Focus Home Interactive and EarlyNinja will all be working with Bastion throughout 2016 after Bastion won competitive pitches earlier in the year.
ESL is the world’s largest eSports company, leading the industry across the most popular video games with numerous online and offline competitions. Bastion recently assisted ESL in launching the WESA initiative.
“2016 is set to be a momentous year for ESL and we’re fired up to have Bastion on our side to help shine a light on the amazing things that are taking place in the world of esports and ESL. We like the way they work and we’re looking forward to building a strong partnership in 2016 and beyond” commented James Dean, joint md at ESL UK.
Focus Home Interactive is a Paris based publisher known for the quality, diversity and originality of its catalogue. Focus prides itself in publishing original IP that’s critically acclaimed and commercially successful.
Cedric Lagarrigue, President, Focus Home Interactive added, “With an exciting and busy 12 months ahead of us, we were looking for an agency that could help us continue our journey as a growing publisher. Based on the short time period we’ve already spent with Bastion, we are confident they are prepared to go the extra mile to help us achieve our goals and we look forward to a prosperous partnership together.”
EarlyNinja is an exciting start-up company aiming to revolutionise the early access funding model for the video games industry with ground-breaking ideas for both developers and players.
“EarlyNinja is an ambitious start-up aiming to revolutionise the early access funding model for indie games,” commented Stefano Brighenti, co-founder of EarlyNinja. “When it came to finding a partner to help us promote our vision to the world, we were looking for a team that would match our ambition and enthusiasm for this project, which Bastion has provided in abundance.”
“All three of these companies have amazing stories to tell. All three are being disruptive and we’ll be helping them every step of the way,” added Dean Barrett, managing director, Bastion. “These wins along with our move to Shoreditch makes this an exciting summer and a great year ahead,”
From Monday 13 June, Bastion will be based in the Tea Building in Shoreditch:
Bastion, Soho Works, Unit 4.07, Tea Building, 56 Shoreditch High Street, E1 6JJ.
For more information on Bastion and its services visit www.bastion.co.uk
Key Bastion contacts:
Dean Barrett, managing director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ravi Vijh, account director, email@example.com
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