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IGG, the Chinese games giant, with titles such as Lords Mobile and Castle Clash, and 300 million monthly users, has chosen Barcelona as its European spearhead establishment and expects to attract international talent. The group is processing the creation of the new company with the aid of  ACCIÓ and Barcelona Ac­tiva. All staff currently working in the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy and Spain will eventually be transferred to the new subsidiary office. IGG employs 1,400 workers around the globe, 1,000 within China.


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