Gaming in Turkey Founder Ozan Aydemir was GSTV Guest. Ozan Aydemir, the founder of the Gaming in Turkey Media Hub For Gaming & Game Agency – Gaming Agency, which provides consultancy, IT, Operation and marketing services to game companies and the first game sector news site in Turkey, Hubogi, was the guest of the Orta Koridor program in Galatasaray TV during the last week. In the program, Ozan Aydemir talked about trend topics and the establishment of Gaming in Turkey, what they are creating as a game agency, information, and trends about Turkish and global game sector, influencer marketing and influencer marketing agency.
Gaming in Turkey Founder Ozan Aydemir was GSTV Guest! During the program, Ozan Aydemir gave very useful information especially for young people who have devoted themselves to the gaming sector. He also expressed his opinions about Electronic Sports which is still development in Turkey and in the world. Aydemir explains the issues with his own life and with examples from industrial experience, evaluations about future plans and industry development.
You can watch the entire video of the program at below (in Turkish);
GAMING IN TURKEY FOUNDER OZAN AYDEMIR WAS GSTV GUEST
Who is Ozan Aydemir
Founder of Purple Pan “Creative Agency”, Founder of Gaming in Turkey “Media Hub For Gaming & Gaming Agency”, Founder of T.I.P Effect “Video & Influencer Marketing Agency”, Founder of Hubogi “Hub of Game Industry”
I worked as Marketing Director of Netmarble Turkey between 2009-2015 September (Producer (2009) / Joygame VP (2010) / Marketing Director 2011). Between 2008-2009, I owned my own Advertisement Company “Gerilla”; served around 20 large companies for one year. From 2002 to 2009, I worked as Creative Director of Kare Advertisement Company – I served for over 100 companies. From 2000 to 2002 I worked as a writer for TBWA Advertisement Company. After graduated from the Faculty of Management in Istanbul University, I completed a master degree program in Radio and Television Department at Marmara University. I’m following Bill Bernbach’s advertisement philosophy as a model.