News & Reviews: Multimedia Development Corporation
Last Updated: Sep 08, 2015
The Malaysian #MyCyberSale2015 is back once more, offering Malaysians better online deals for a period of 5 days. Organized by the Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC), this time around the #MyCyberSale2015 will start from 28 September 2015 and end on 2 October 2015 with 11street.my now joining in the fun. According to 11street.my, users can look forward to irresistible discounts during the event period, of which one of them continues to be the significant lowest price guaranteed ‘Shocking Deal’ to surprise local consumers with great offers. Here's what 11street.my had to say about it:
“A national online event like this is not to be missed as it would definitely spur online shopping demands in the country. As a leading global e-commerce player, 11street is dedicated to empower our sellers with intensive industry knowledge to meet market demands. We urge local SME sellers to grab the opportunity and join us to be part of this annual cyber sale. As a result, sellers will be able to broaden their market reach and increase by leveraging on our resources and promotions strategically at this event.” Bruce Lim, 11street’s Vice President of Merchandising Division
Last Updated: Dec 23, 2013
Exabytes Network Sdn Bhd recently announced that they have held the CGM Game Jam 2013 successfully with the help of the Multimedia Development Corporation. The competition covers international level game prototyping development with involvement from 34 local game developers and university college students. The competition was held during a 36-hour marathon from 14 December 2013 to 15 December 2013 on site at Exabytes Setiawalk, Puchong. This year's CGM Game Jam 2013 happened in Malaysia, Japan and Thailand with the main prize winners getting return tickets to Japan for a tour of Japanese game development companies inclusive of accomadation and board. Other prizes included 5000 cash credits of mobile network advertisement for future game application promotion through tapsmart. The Malaysian winners of the competition were Digital Ark, a year-old local startup company consisting of Shah-Arif, Muhammad Aliff and Shah-Qays.