As a member of several associations within the industry, MoGi Group’s games localization, games testing and translation services receive a network of support, allowing us to cultivate business relationships with other key players within the industry.

train2game-blog-tiga-logo-image-copy1 TIGA is the trade association representing the UK games industry, and has many of the UK’s most successful games development studios amongst its members. Included in TIGA’s memberlist are: outsourcing companies, technology businesses and universities.
gala The Globalization and Localization Association (GALA) is a representative, non-profit, international association for the translation, internationalization, localization, and globalization industry. The association gives members a common forum to discuss issues, create innovative solutions, promote the industry, and present a joint – and more powerful – voice within the industry and the outside community.
elia The European Language Industry Association (ELIA) is committed to representing translation, interpretation and localization companies in Europe by providing a forum for the development of business relationships with fellow-members and related international organizations. It also promotes the concept of ethics and quality standards throughout the industry.
casual-games The Casual Games Association is a professional international trade organization founded to facilitate a healthy and stable global casual games industry. Primary services include professional conferences, games sector research, and a trade magazine.

The Serious Games Association is the only international trade association serving the entire serious games industry. Members create simulations and games, tools and technology and assessment products for all serious game markets and platforms.


 The International Game Developers Association is the largest non-profit membership organization serving individual video game developers.


Certified Nintendo WII / DS developers.


Certified TRADOS/SDLX professionals.