FRVR, a Malta-based HTML5 games publisher of the biggest games for both chat and post-app store platforms like Facebook Messenger, is proud to announce it will be exhibiting in the GROWTH area of Web Summit, Europe’s largest and most important technology marketplace taking place in Lisbon, Portugal from November 5th – 8th.
“We are excited to make our debut at the Web Summit in the GROWTH area that features some of the top growth technology startups. I am excited to meet and share knowledge with new contacts about what FRVR are doing with post App Store game platforms that has brought us incredible success,” said Brian Meidell, CEO of FRVR, “We look forward to meeting new potential partners and hear from other companies who are approaching product launches with different technologies.”
FRVR develops and publishes a range of games on mobile, messaging and browser-based platforms, including Facebook Messenger and WeChat. In an era where consumer time is at a premium, FRVR is perfectly placed to offer fun, casual experiences while helping their partners increase retention, session time and revenue.
FRVR is an HTML5 games publisher creating immediately engaging games that, once built, run in browsers with minimal load times and hardware requirements, and which can be ported seamlessly to all platforms, channels and app stores. Using a highly analytical and process-driven approach to game development, FRVR distributes games across a range of mobile, messaging and browser-based platforms, including Facebook Messenger, Apple’s App Store, Google Play Store and soon WeChat, with plans to further distribute its games across 10 new platforms in the coming months.
Founded in 2016, FRVR is led by two experienced developers, Founder Chris Benjaminsen and CEO Brian Meidell, who have both been building games and game companies for almost 20 years. The second games publisher to go live on Facebook Messenger, FRVR now has a catalogue of 32 games designed for fast, casual in-app gaming by a broad audience, with another 19 titles currently in development. Their biggest game, Basketball FRVR, has had 5.6 billion games played by users since its release in 2017, and the company has seen similar success with the likes of Hex FRVR and Mahjong FRVR.