Third victory at the Italian Video Game Award

July 28th, 2010
Third victory at the Italian Video Game Award

The third edition of the Italian Videogame Awards closed with great public success.

Each year, the event organized by Sprea Editori, awards excellence in the Italian video game market.

After three months of online voting by users through the official site www.italianvideogameaward.it , the response is clear and overwhelming: for the third consecutive year, I.S.H. is awarded the first place prize for best localization for Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed II.

As in 2008, the year that saw the triumph of Bioshock (localized for 2K Games) and Call of Duty 4 (localized for Activision), as well as in 2009, the year in which Dead Space (for Electronic Arts) triumphed, the I.S.H. team confirms its leadership in the field of video game localization and further consolidates its position in the market.

As in 2008, the year that saw the triumph of BioShock (2K Games) and Call of Duty 4 (Activision), as well as in 2009, the year in which Dead Space (Electronic Arts) triumphed, the Synthesis team confirms its leadership in the field of video game localization and further consolidates its position in the market.

“An award ceremony that has become an enjoyable pastime for us, but which remains, in any event, a surprise and which clearly confirms that the work we are doing is appreciated by end users, in addition to our clients.

(In the picture, from left to right: Stefano Lisi from Sprea Editori, Leonardo Gajo, Project Manager and Artistic Director of dubbing for AC2, and Luca Reynaud, director of I.S.H. S.r.l.).