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[ Company Info ]

Company name WonderPlanet Inc.
Locations [ Nagoya Head Office ] Sakae-Machi Bldg. 11F, 3-23-31, Nishiki, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi, 460-0003, Japan(MAP
[ Shibuya Office ] KN Shibuya 3rd Bldg 4F, 9-8 Sakuragaoka-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0031, Japan(MAP
Buisiness fields Developing and publishing native game apps for smart devices.
Founded September 3, 2012 (Business started on October 1)
Capital 2,421,590,524 yen (including capital reserves)
Management
Founder and CEOTomoki Tsunekawa
Director and Executive officer COONorihiko Kudeken
Director and Executive officer CFOAkinori Sato
Chairman of the boardAtsushi Ishikawa
Director (outside)Yoichi Wada
Director (outside)Hiroki Teshima
Director (outside)Masatoshi Fukasawa(Eight Roads Ventures Japan)
Director (outside)Jiro Kumakura(Global Brain Corporation)
Full-time auditor (outside)Hiroyasu Mouri
Auditor (outside)Akihiro Yoshijima
Auditor (outside)Atsushi Okada
Executive officerMasaaki Sumi(In charge of Nagoya Studio)
Executive officerTaku Daibo(In charge of Global Studio)
Executive officerMichiharu Aota(In charge of Tanoshim Studio)
Executive officerNorikazu Hiraki(VPoE)
Executive officerTomotsune Murata(In charge of Nagoya Studio, Development group)
Legal advisor Lawyer: Koichiro Iida (Mori Hamada & Matsumoto Law firm, Audit and Supervisory Committee Member, COLOPL)
Shareholders The management
JAPAN VENTURES I L.P. (Eight Roads Ventures Japan)
GB-V Growth Fund Investment Limited Partnership operated by Global Brain Corporation
UNITED, Inc. (securities code: 2497)
JAFCO SV4 (Joint Investment Limited Partnership operated by JAFCO Co., Ltd.: securities code: 8595)
LINE Game Global Gateway (Investment Limited Partnership operated by LINE Ventures Corporation)
Nissay Capital No.6 Investment Limited Partnership (NISSAY CAPITAL Co., Ltd.)
SMBC Venture Capital NO.2 Investment Limited Partnership (SMBC Venture Capital Co., Ltd.)
JAIC-Bridge No.3 Fund, L.P. (Japan Asia Investment Company, Limited)
Mizuho Growth Fund Limited Partnership (Mizuho Capital Co.,Ltd.)
NVCC No.8 Investment Limited Partnership(Nippon Venture Capital Co., Ltd.)
Number of employees 164 (as of August 31, 2018)
Bank Head office sales department, The Bank of Nagoya
Origin of the company name WONDERPLANET—coined word of our business key words: WOrldwide, Nagoya, DEveloper, PLay, Amazing, and
NETwork, desiring that the Nagoya-based development team will expand our playful games, filled with countless amusing wonders, across the world.

[ History ]

2018.09 WonderPlanet Inc. completed the merger of its wholly-owned subsidiary Tanoshim Inc.
2018.08 Hiroki Teshima became Director (outside).
Relocated the Tokyo Office (KN Shibuya 3rd Bldg 4F, 9-8 Sakuragaoka-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0031, Japan).
2018.03 Executed Partnership Agreement with NAGOYA GRAMPUS EIGHT.
A Bubble-Popping RPG Based on Friendship, Hard Work, and Victory! "Jumputi Heroes" started distributed in Japan.
2018.02 Increased its capital through an allocation of newly issued shares to a third party; NVCC No.8 Investment Limited Partnership(Nippon Venture Capital Co., Ltd.)
2017.07 Increased its capital through an allocation of newly issued shares to a third party ; JAPAN VENTURES I L.P. (Eight Roads Ventures Japan).
Masatoshi Fukasawa became Director (outside).
2016.12 Stock Acquisition of Tanoshim Inc. ( formerly PlayNext Japan Inc. ) and 100% Subsidiary
Investment in Game Server Service Inc.
Relocated the Nagoya Head Office (Sakae-Machi Bldg. 11F, 3-23-31, Nishiki, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi, 460-0003, Japan).
Relocated the Tokyo Office (Meisei Bldg. 1F, 8-9, Sakuragaoka-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0031, Japan).
Our Fingertip Tactical RPG "Line Grand Grid" started distributed in Japan.
2016.11 Atsushi Okada became Auditor (outside).
2016.08 Yoichi Wada became Director (outside).
2016.06 Increased its capital through an allocation of newly issued shares to the third parties; GB-V Growth Fund Investment Limited Partnership (operated by Global Brain Corporation), Nissay Capital No.6 Investment Limited Partnership (NISSAY CAPITAL Co., Ltd.), SMBC Venture Capital NO.2 Investment Limited Partnership (SMBC Venture Capital Co., Ltd.), JAIC-Bridge No.3 Fund, L.P. (Japan Asia Investment Company, Limited), and Mizuho Growth Fund Limited Partnership (Mizuho Capital Co.,Ltd.).
2016.05 Our puzzle and role-playing game CRASH FEVER started distributed in traditional Chinese.
2016.04 Increased its capital through an allocation of newly issued shares to a third party; LINE Game Global Gateway (Investment Limited Partnership operated by LINE Ventures Corporation)
Relocated the Tokyo Office to West Shinjuku (Yamazaki-Nishishinjuku Bldg. 2F, 7-10-10, Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 160-0023, Japan)
Established a subsidiary WonderPlanet Global Pte. Ltd. in Singapore.
2016.01 Akinori Sato became a director and CFO and Yasuhiro Mouri, auditor.
2015.12 Built the Tokyo Office (Bronze Minami-aoyama #201, 1-25-1, Minami-aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0062, Japan)
Jiro Kumakura became Director (outside).
2015.07 Our puzzle and role-playing game CRASH FEVER started distributed in Japan.
Increased its capital through an allocation of newly issued shares to the third parties; GB-V Growth Fund Investment Limited Partnership (operated by Global Brain Corporation), and UNITED, Inc. (securities code: 2497).
2015.05 Raised funds for a new game development project from LINE Game Global Gateway (Investment Limited Partnership operated by LINE Ventures Corporation).
2014.02 Released an iOS game application, Slash of the Dragon, to Apple’s App Stores worldwide (135 countries and regions).
Increased its capital through an allocation of newly issued shares to a third party, JAFCO SV4 (Joint Investment Limited Partnership operated by JAFCO Co., Ltd. (securities code: 8595))
2014.01 Released Google’s Android OS game application, Slash of the Dragon, to Google Play worldwide (135 countries and regions).
2013.11 Increased its capital through an allocation of newly issued shares to a third party, UNITED, Inc. (securities code: 2497).
2013.10 Relocated the Nagoya Head Office (New-Sakae Bldg. 6F, 3-23-18, Nishiki, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi, 460-0003, Japan).
2013.08 Shinichi Saijo became advisor and Akihiro Yoshijima, outside auditor.
2013.07 Increased its capital to 36 million yen (which includes capital reserves).
Released an Android OS game application, Siren Fantasia, to Google Play worldwide (135 countries and regions).
Released an iOS game application, Siren Fantasia, to overseas App Stores.
2013.05 Released Android and iOS game applications, Panic Farm, worldwide (135 countries and regions).
2013.04 Atsushi Ishikawa became a director and CSO.
2013.02 Norihiko Kudeken became a director and CMO.
Relocated the Nagoya Head Office. (Sakae Members Office Bldg. #702, 4-16-8, Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya)
2012.10 Tomoki Tsunekawa bought out OCNAC and set it up as an independent company, WonderPlanet Inc. (Nagoya Head Office: Sakae Members Office Bldg. #510, 4-16-8, Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya)
Tomoki Tsunekawa became CEO and resigned as representative director of Opencube, Inc.
Tomotsune Murata, who had worked as the leader of OCNAC, joined WonderPlanet Inc. as a director and CTO.
2012.09 OCNAC released an iOS game application, Siren Fantasia, to the App Store in Japan.
2012.03 Opencube, Inc. (Shibuya-ku, Tokyo) founded by Tsunekawa Tomoki (then representative director) opened a new development division, Nagoya Application Center (OCNAC), which was located in the Sakae Members Office Bldg. #510, 4-16-8, Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya.

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