Marvelous INC.

History

Marvelous Inc.

Oct. 2021 Made groovesync, inc. a subsidiary.
Aug. 2021 Sold all shares of Delfisound Inc.
May. 2017 Established HONEY PARADE GAMES Inc.
Apr. 2017 Absorbed LINKTHINK, Inc.
Jun. 2015 Sold all shares of Entersphere Inc.
Apr. 2015 Made G-MODE Corporation a subsidiary.
Apr. 2015 Absorbed Artland Inc.
Jul. 2014 Changed the company name to "Marvelous Inc."
May 2013 XSEED JKS, Inc.(Subsidiary of Marvelous Inc.) changed company name to Marvelous USA, Inc.
Jan. 2013 Made Entersphere Inc. a subsidiary.
Nov. 2012 Stock was listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Apr. 2012 Established MAQL Europe Limited(Presently: Marvelous Europe Limited) in UK.
Oct. 2011 MarvelousAQL Inc. established through the merger of three companies; Marvelous Entertainment Inc., AQ Interactive Inc. and Liveware Inc.

Marvelous Entertainment Inc.

Jun. 2011 Sold all shares of Marvelous Entertainment USA, Inc.
Dec. 2010 Spun off a division from Artland Inc., a consolidated subsidiary, and sold all shares of the newly established company through management buy out.
Jan. 2010 Sold all shares of Delfisound Inc. and Rising Star Games Limited.
Jul. 2009 Relocated head office to Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo.
Apr. 2009 Implemented a third-party allotment of shares, and paid-in capital increased to ¥1,128.47 million.
Apr. 2008 Absorbed Runtime, Inc.
Jun. 2007 Absorbed Marvelous Interactive Inc.
Apr. 2007 Absorbed Marvelous Music Publishing, Inc.
Mar. 2007 Passed a resolution to sell amusement business.
Apr. 2006 Implemented 2-for-1 stock split. Invested in Artland Inc. and Runtime, Inc. to make them 100% subsidiaries.
Oct. 2005 Implemented a third-party allotment of shares, and capital increased to ¥855.62 million.
July. 2005 2-for-1 stock split.
May 2005 Made AC Interactive, Inc. a subsidiary, and changed subsidiary's name to "Marvelous Entertainment USA, Inc."
Apr. 2005 Established Marvelous Studio Inc. (Presently: Delfisound Inc.).
Mar. 2005 Stock was listed on the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Oct. 2004 Established Rising Star Games Limited in UK.
Jun. 2004 Established Marvelous Liveware Inc.
May 2004 Implemented 2-for-1 stock split.
Apr. 2004 Relocated head office to Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo.
Sep. 2003 Made Marvelous Interactive Inc. a 100% subsidiary.
Mar. 2003 Made Victor Interactive Software Inc. a subsidiary, and changed subsidiary's name to" Marvelous Interactive Inc."
Nov. 2002 Listed shares on JASDAQ. Increased capital through IPO, and capital increased ¥344.5 million.
Aug. 2002 Implemented 2-for-1 stock split.
Mar. 2002 Increased capital through exercising subscription right, and capital increased to ¥225.5 million.
Dec. 2001 Started selling works created in house.
Sep. 2001 Implemented a third-party allotment of shares, and capital increased to ¥190.5 million.
Jul. 2001 Established Marvelous Music Publishing, Inc.
Dec. 2000 Implemented a third-party allotment of shares, and capital increased to ¥114.9 million.
Aug. 2000 Implemented a third-party allotment of shares, and capital increased to ¥90 million.
Jul. 2000 Launched amusement business.
Mar. 2000 Relocated head office to Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo.
Nov. 1999 Started sales of consumer game software.
Aug. 1999 Started game software business by releasing game software for business use.
Oct. 1998 Started sales of TV animation video products.
Feb. 1998 Started audio-visual business.
Oct. 1997 Started music business by releasing game music CD products.
Sep. 1997 Relocated head office to Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo.
Jun. 1997 Established in Moto-Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, with capital of ¥50 million.

AQ Interactive Inc.

Aug. 2011 Absorbed Cavia Inc., ARTOON and feelplus Inc.
Jan. 2011 Sold 85% of shares of MICROCABIN CORP.( Excluded from consolidation)
Nov. 2009 Acquired all shares of LINKTHINK, Inc. to make it a 100% subsidiary.
Jun. 2009 Relocated head office to Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo.
Apr. 2009 Launched network content business. Made LINKTHINK, Inc. a consolidated subsidiary,
by acquiring 66.8% of its shares.
May 2008 Acquired all shares of MICROCABIN CORP.( Made a consolidated subsidiary.)
Mar. 2008 Listed shares on Second Section of Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Oct. 2007 Increased capital through new share issue to ¥3,183.322 million.
Jul. 2007 Launched an amusement business company.
Jun. 2007 Acquired XSEED JKS Inc. through stock acquisition and made it a subsidiary.
Feb. 2007 Increased capital through new share issue. Capital increased to ¥1,567.89 million. Listed shares on JASDAQ.
Jan. 2006 Increased capital through new share issue. Capital increased to ¥1,097.4 million.
Oct. 2005 Changed company name to AQ Interactive Inc. Spun off development division to establish Cavia Inc.
Sep. 2005 Increased capital through new share issue to ¥689.4 million.
Jun. 2005 Made ARTOON 100% subsidiary through share exchange.
Mar. 2005 Made Scarab Studio, Inc. 100% subsidiary and changed its name to feelplus Inc.
May 2004 Relocated head office to Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo. Made ARTOON a consolidated subsidiary.
Sep. 2002 Made Scarab Studio Inc. a subsidiary by subscribing to its third-party allotment of shares.
Apr. 2002 Relocated head office to Meguro-ku, Tokyo.
Mar. 2000 Established Cavia Inc. in Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo, with capital of ¥300 million.

Liveware Inc.

Mar. 2011 Made Delfisound Inc. a subsidiary.
Aug. 2010 Sold all shares of RiseSystem, Inc.
Aug. 2010 Started distribution of social applications for GREE.
Feb. 2010 Started distribution of social applications for mobage.
Oct. 2009 Started distribution of social applications for mixi.
Sep. 2009 Relocated head office to Shinjuku 4-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo.
Jul. 2008 Made RiseSystem, Inc. a subsidiary.
Feb. 2007 Relocated head office to Shinjuku 2-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo.
Feb. 2006 Increased capital to ¥250 million.
Sep. 2005 Increased capital to ¥100 million.
Jun. 2005 Changed name to "Liveware Inc."
Apr. 2005 Relocated head office to Minato-ku, Tokyo.
Jul. 2004 Started content distribution on official site of i-mode, Ezweb, J-sky (Presently: Yahoo! Mobile).
Jun. 2004 Established Marvelous Liveware Inc. in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo with capital of ¥10 million.