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Sentences forEn Masse Entertainment

  • On February 24, 2010, he became the Chief Operations Officer for En Masse Entertainment, along with other industry veterans.Patrick Wyatt-Wikipedia
  • In North America and Europe, the game was published by En Masse Entertainment (2016-2018), Aeria Games (2012-2016), and ijji (2009-2012).Alliance of Valiant Arms-Wikipedia
  • In April 2018, TERA went on to release on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, through En Masse Entertainment in North America, Europe, and Japan, whereas Bluehole Studio decided to self-publish the game in South East Asia for the PlayStation 4 and Japan for Xbox One.TERA (video game)-Wikipedia

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