Episode: The Israeli Gaming Industry: Where the fun's at

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The Israeli Gaming Industry: Where the fun's at

Not many people know that the mobile games for Mission Impossible and Hunger Games and other blockbuster movies are made by Israeli production company Funtactix. Infact, as a whole, the Israeli gaming industry doesn’t make that much noise, given its relative size.Host Viva Press meets Yaron Leifenberg, founder and CTO of Funtactix, Ohad Barzilay, one of the founders of the Israeli Game Industry Association as well as game designer at Side-Kick and Vic Boaron, head of business development at TabTale, to discuss the future of virtual reality games, motion technology and why people are willing to spend money on a movie but not on a mobile game.

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