Queen of Mobile

Schoenberger, Chana R.
May 2008
Forbes Asia;5/19/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 9, p32
The article presents information about Tomoko Namba, one of Japan's most successful women entrepreneurs. Namba has built a half-a-billion-dollar fortune on mobile games. Her company DeNA Co. launched the mobile gaming service called Mobage-town in 2006. By the end of the first month page views hit 4 million per day. Now Mobage-town is said to be the most visited mobile site in Japan.


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