Streamline Media Group Announces New Organizational Structure To Expand and Enhance Game Development as a Service and Drive Growthby on March 27, 2018
Four New Business Divisions Announced Under Streamline Media Group Umbrella to Provide Better Products and Services to the Videogames Industry and Beyond
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia — March 13, 2018 — Streamline Media Group, Inc., today announced a new organizational structure to provide more targeted products and services across the games, entertainment, government and finance industries worldwide. Under the new structure, Streamline Media Group will be organized into four new divisions based principally on the product and services they will provide. The divisions will be known as Streamline Games, All Pixels by Streamline Studios, Streamline Studios and Streamframe, all of which sit under the Streamline Media Group heading and are designed to further the company’s mission to evolve the craft of video game development and the application of video game technology in non-gaming fields.
“Today’s announcement is the culmination of 17 years of making games and providing game development as a service to the industry’s best. Our new brands streamline the process of engaging with our teams while focusing in on critical areas and challenges the industry continues to face,” said Alexander L. Fernandez, CEO. “Streamline Media Group and its brands are already involved in groundbreaking projects worldwide in games, entertainment, government, and finance sectors.”
Directly managed by Streamline co-founder, Stefan Baier, Streamline Games provides AAA cross-platform game development and game creation services, offering clients with a great idea a full-scale development solution that sees a project from start to finish and delivers all of the work in-engine. Based out of Streamline’s state-of-the-art development facility in Kuala Lumpur, Streamline Games leverages proven AAA development experience with the advantages of its Southeast Asia headquarters. Streamline Games is also focusing on designing, building and launching the company’s own original IP for consoles, PC, and mobile platforms.
All Pixels by Streamline Studios, managed by former Streamline Studios Project Manager, Yea Ji Oh, offers no-nonsense, scalable expert content creation for AAA blockbuster games and mobile games, in the areas of 3D asset production (modelling and texture work for in-game items such as props, weapons and level parts), as well as character modelling, texturing and basic rigging/skinning. All Pixels is designed for discerning game developers that know what they need, have a plan and want flawless execution that is transparent and ready to go at a moment’s notice. All Pixels provides the same services that Streamline Studios has always offered in terms of quality, QA support, IT support and in-house Japanese translation/interpretation support, and all deliverables are handled seamlessly through Streamline Media Group’s proprietary pipeline management software, Streamframe.
Headed by Richard Cheah, former Senior Production Manager, Streamline Studios thrives on challenging productions that require expert thinking, flawless execution, and long-term partnerships. Streamline Studios was built from the ground-up by game developers, for game developers and has been the games industry’s creative vanguard for more than 17 years, delivering on more than 300 AAA games, films and advertising projects worldwide and will continue offering the same world-class external development services for the likes of Capcom, Square Enix and countless other developers and publishers, large and small.
And, finally, Streamframe the worlds first external development platform for video games, emerges from Streamline Studios’ more than 17 years of hard-won video game development and production experience. Streamframe is a unique platform that combines team collaboration, client management, production management, and security in an easy to use social network-like experience. The division will be jointly managed by Razlan Saharudin, Tyson Tiatia and Mahdi Saemi.