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This airticle is aboot the video gemme company an its predecessor, SNK Corporation. For ither uisses, see SNK (disambiguation).
SNK Corporation[1]
Native name
株式会社SNK
Umwhile cried
Oreeginal company
Shin Nihon Kikaku
(1973-1986)[2]
SNK Corporation
(1986-2001)
Current company
Playmore Corporation
(2001-2003)
SNK Playmore Corporation
(2003-2016)
Kabushiki gaisha
Subsidiar
Industrie Video gemme industry
Foondit Julie 22, 1978; 40 years ago (1978-07-22) (as Shin Nihon Kikaku Corporation)
(defunct on October 22, 2001)
August 1, 2001; 17 years ago (2001-08-01) (as Playmore Corporation)
Heidquarters Suita, Osaka, Japan
Key fowk
Eikichi Kawasaki (foonder)
Koichi Toyama (preses & CEO)[3]
Products Video gemme consoles
Arcade gemmes
Pachislot machines
(2004-2015)
Mobile gemmes
Revenue Decrease ¥2,900,000,000 (2015)[4]
Increase ¥115,000,000 (2015)[4]
Awner Orient Securities Co., Ltd.
37Games[5]
Nummer o employees
Decrease 123 (as o Februar 2016)[6]
Wabsteid snk-corp.co.jp/en

SNK Corporation (株式会社SNK, Kabushiki Gaisha SNK)[7] is a Japanese video gemme hardware an software company, successor tae the Shin Nihon Kikaku an current awner o the SNK video gemme buist an Neo Geo video gemme platform.[8] The Shin Nihon Kikaku Corporation wis foondit on 22 Julie 1978 bi Eikichi Kawasaki. Initially cried Shin Nihon Kikaku (新日本企画, lit. "New Japan Project"), the name wis informally shortened tae SNK Corporation in 1981 afore becomin the company's offeecial name in 1986.[9]

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  1. "SNK Corporate Information". SNK. Retrieved 2017-01-15. 
  2. "SNK History" (in Japanese). SNK Corporation. Retrieved 1 December 2016. 
  3. "Corporate Information". SNK. Retrieved 2016-11-30. 
  4. 4.0 4.1 14th Fiscal Period Publication, "Official Gazette (官報)" (Extra Edition No. 250), 2015 November 5, Page 62.(in Japanese)
  5. "Chinese Company Buys Majority Stake in Japanese Game Developer SNK Playmore". Anime News Network. 6 August 2015. Retrieved 2016-04-29. 
  6. "株式会社SNKプレイモア" [Corporate Information]. Dora.jp. Retrieved 2016-04-29. (in Japanese)
  7. "Announcement regarding SNK Corporation's name change". SNK. Retrieved 1 December 2016. 
  8. "Shin Nihon Kikaku". www.neogeo.co.jp. 2016-06-16. Archived from the original on June 3, 2001. 
  9. "Original site Shin Nihon Kikaku". neogeo.freeplaytech.com. 2017-01-03. 

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