Tamatem is the leading mobile game publisher in Arabic-speaking markets - namely the Middle East and North Africa
We met up with Hussam Hammo, CEO of Tamatem and spoke about what it is like creating games for the MENA region.
Tamatem, the leading mobile games publisher in the MENA market launches a new mobile game, Shake the Metal Rush for iOS and Android users.
Fresh from coming third in last week’s Startup Turkey Challenge 2016, Tamatem CEO Hussam Hammo explains why his Jordanian company is attracting interest from around the world.
Tapinator, Inc. (OTC: TAPM) today announced that its Middle East and North Africa (MENA) publishing partnership with Tamatem, Inc., which the Company first announced in November, 2015, has yielded very strong initial results based on the recent launch of the partnership's debut game.
Tapinator, Inc. a designer, developer and publisher of mobile games on the iOS, Google Play, and Amazon platforms, today announced that, through a new publishing partnership with Tamatem, Inc., it plans to enter the $680 Million Middle East andNorth Africa (MENA) mobile gaming market.
Last time we checked, the startup had 6.5 million downloads but it wasn’t ready to celebrate yet. “No parties yet,” CEO Hussam Hammo said at the time, “we’ll celebrate when we hit 10 million.” Fast forward four months, Tamatem and is now celebrating its well-deserved achievement – 10 million downloads on Android and iOS devices.
Hussam Hammo and Sohaib Thiab launched Tamatem a mobile gaming startup after they closed their former startup Wizard productions. Before closing Wizards the team tried to pivot into mobile gaming but they did not have enough time before they ran out of money and could not bring further investment.
With growing focus on Arabic web content, a number of new startups are seeking to grow and develop the way Arabic content is perceived on the internet and mobile. Today we have a talk with Jordanian mobile-gaming company, Tamatem, CEO Hussam Hammo, to tell us just how big Arabic web content’s potential is and how his company, Tamatem, in partnership with Mountain View’s 500 Startups, is planning to make the most of it and take it to new levels.