Translia Selected to Present the Crowdsourcing Game Translation at Largest Gaming Industry Event IGDA Summit

Attendees will learn how to launch their games on to globall markets with the cost-effective community-based game localization solution.

Translia Limited, a leading provider of online collaborative translation solutions, today announced that it has been selected to present at the International Game Developers Association Summit (IGDA) 2013 taking place in San Francisco, USA from July 31 to August 1. It will be titled "Community Based Crowdsourcing Translations --the Cost Effective Approach for Game Localization".

During the session, Translia will present how to leverage an online collaborative translation platform, a cloud based crowd sourcing translation technology, to help game publishers and developers to get their games localized and distributed speedily on international markets and at significantly lower cost.

Session attendees will learn how to use this Community Based Crowdsourcing Translation Solution to:

  • Leverage the player community resource by assembling a localization team of their own, which would reduce considerable cost in comparison with using a traditional translation agency
  • Manage the localization process easily, by one person being capable of handling the whole workflow from job posting, kick-off, QA, and TM preparation, all the way to receiving delivery, thus dramatically cutting down staff costs
  • Expand the distribution channel with the existing player community or linguist community from all over the world to promote games in their local market
  • Accelerate the time to market of their multi-language game versions and help them maximize their ROI

This Community Based Crowdsourcing Translation integrates Translia's cloud-based online collaborative translation platform with customized game localization solutions to streamline the localization workflow. It delivers significant value for game companies that seek to win a greater share of the international market and maximize their ROI.

"We are challenging the Machine Translation with the Online Collaborative Human Translation in terms of the combination of speed, accuracy and convenience so as to boost the game localization industry to the next level." Nathan Wang, Chief Executive Officer of Translia says. "In this session the game publishers and developers will see first-hand how they can use the online collaborative translation platform to quickly and easily customize their own localization workflow and distribute their games on the international market in order to maximize their ROI."


About the IGDA Summit

IGDA is the largest non-profit membership organization for game developers. Similar to the Game Developers Conference (GDC), the IGDA Summit is an essential learning, inspiration and networking platform for the creators of computer, console, handheld and mobile games. The IGDA Summit 2013 will bring together a community of game developers, business professionals, and elite industry figures from all over the world for two days of inspiring learning and dialogue, making it the largest game development gathering of its kind. It is about sharing knowledge and the expertise of game professionals, providing a place for the global game developing community to exchange valuable experiences, useful insights, and candid discussion to bring their ROI to a higher level. The IGDA Summit 2013 will be held in San Francisco on July 31-August 1, 2013. More information can be found at


About Translia

Founded in 2009, Translia is an innovative translation company dedicated to providing professional high-quality online translation services. Supported by an advanced collaborative translation system that has been patented in the United States, Translia helps thousands of clients get started immediately with their translation needs, offers real-time progress monitoring and turns around completed translations usually within 24 hours or less. With over 10,000 professional, native speaking translators worldwide, Translia offers 100% satisfaction and a money-back guarantee to all clients. Website: