List of Capcom subsidiaries

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Apart from the head office building and the R&D building of Capcom Co., Ltd., both located in Chūō-ku, Osaka,[1] the Japanese parent company also has a branch office in the Shinjuku Mitsui Building in Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo.[2] It also has the Ueno Facility. a branch office in Iga, Mie Prefecture.[1] The international Capcom Group currently encompasses 15 subsidiaries in Japan, North America, Europe, and East Asia.[1][3] Affiliated companies include Koko Capcom Co., Ltd. in South Korea, Street Fighter Film, LLC in the United States, and Dellgamadas Co., Ltd.[3]

Subsidiary Established[4] Location[1] Details[1]
Capcom Pictures November 2011 San Mateo, California
Osaka, Japan
  • theatrical film division of Capcom, Ltd.
  • produces and distributes films in Japan, USA & Europe.
Capcom U.S.A., Inc. August 1985 San Mateo, California[5]
  • wholly owned subsidiary of Capcom Co., Ltd.
  • holding company administering subsidiaries in the United States
Captrom Co., Ltd. February 1991 Osaka
  • wholly owned subsidiary of Capcom Co., Ltd.[4]
  • renting, leasing, and operating real estate properties
  • originally a related company known as Yunika Co., Ltd.[4]
Capcom Asia Co., Ltd. July 1993 Hong Kong
  • selling home video games
Capcom Entertainment, Inc. June 1995 San Mateo[5]
  • wholly owned subsidiary of Capcom U.S.A., Inc.[4]
  • established to enhance and maximize management, distribution, and R&D in the United States[4]
CE Europe Ltd. November 2002 9th floor
George House
Hammersmith
London
[6][7]
  • selling home video games
CEG Interactive Entertainment GmbH February 2003 Hamburg[6]
  • selling home video games
Beeline Interactive, Inc. (Formerly Capcom Interactive Canada, Inc.) May 2006[8] Toronto
  • wholly owned subsidiary of Capcom Interactive, Inc.[4]
  • developing and distributing mobile phone games
  • originally an unrelated developer known as Cosmic Infinity, Inc. before it was acquired by Capcom[4][8]
Capcom Interactive, Inc. June 2006 Los Angeles[5]
  • wholly owned subsidiary of Capcom U.S.A., Inc.[9]
  • distributing mobile phone games and integrating the wireless, online and console sectors[9]
Capcom Entertainment Korea Co., Ltd. March 2007 Seoul
  • wholly owned subsidiary of Capcom Co., Ltd.[4]
  • selling home video games, and operating and developing online games[4]
Blue Harvest LLC FY 2007[10]
  • wholly owned subsidiary of Capcom Co., Ltd.[11]
  • developing video games[11]
K2 Co., Ltd. May 2008 Osaka
  • developing home video games
  • originally an unrelated developer before it became a wholly owned subsidiary of Capcom Co., Ltd. through a stock exchange[4]
Capcom Entertainment France, SAS July 2008 Saint-Germain-en-Laye[6]
  • wholly owned subsidiary of CE Europe Ltd.[4]
  • selling home video games[4]
Enterrise Co., Ltd. July 2008 Tokyo
  • 90% of shares owned by Capcom Co., Ltd.[4]
  • developing, manufacturing and distributing arcade machines,[4] in particular, pachinko and pachislot
Capcom Taiwan Co., Ltd. August 2012 Taipei
  • Operation and development of online games as well as development and distribution of mobile phone games[4]
Capcom Philippines., Inc. August 2012 Cebu, Philippines[5]
  • wholly owned subsidiary of Capcom Co., Ltd.
  • holding company administering subsidiaries in the Philippines
Capcom Vancouver Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Former subsidiaries[edit]

Subsidiary Established[4] Closed/acquired Location[1] Details
A.C.A. Co., Ltd. Mito[12]
Status Co., Ltd. FY 2003[13] Osaka[13]
  • non-life insurance agency also responsible for financial activities[13]
  • closed for the purpose of achieving a sound financial structure[13]
Capcom Europe GmbH February 1992[12] FY 2002[14] Düsseldorf[12]
  • managed sales in Europe[12]
  • closed[14]
Capcom Mexico S.A. DE C.V. October 1993[12] FY 1997[12] Mexico City
  • sold products in Mexico, Central and South America[12]
  • closed for the purpose of improving the company's financial balance[12]
Capcom Coin-Op, Inc. June 1995[12] March 2004[15] Sunnyvale, California[12]
  • wholly owned subsidiary of Capcom U.S.A., Inc.[12]
  • sold arcade game machines and operated amusement facilities[12]
  • closed[15]
Capcom Studio 8, Inc. June 1995 March 2007[3] Sunnyvale[16]
  • originally established as Capcom Digital Studios, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Capcom U.S.A., Inc.[4]
  • also known as Production Studio 8[17]
  • developed video games[13]
  • acquired by Capcom Entertainment, Inc.[3]
Flagship Co., Ltd. April 1997 June 2007[4] Osaka[18]
Capcom Eurosoft, Ltd. July 1998[22] April 2007[23] London[22]
  • was the main base for the sale of home video games in Europe[22]
  • wholly owned subsidiary of Capcom Entertainment, Inc.[22]
  • closed with all operations transferred to CE Europe Ltd.[23]
Capcom Charbo Co., Ltd. September 2001[24] January 31, 2009[3] Osaka[24]
  • wholly owned subsidiary of Capcom Co., Ltd. before its closing[24]
  • offered support services for communication tools like mobile phones[24]
Daletto Co., Ltd. October 2006 March 28, 2011 Tokyo
  • co-founded by Capcom Co., Ltd. and Dwango Co., Ltd.[4]
  • managing a virtual theme park website, and operating and developing online games[3][4]
  • Merged completely into Capcom and dissolved[25]
Clover Studio Co., Ltd. July 2004[13] March 2007[24] Osaka[24]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Locations." Capcom. Retrieved on August 12, 2011. "3-1-3 Uchihirano-machi, Chuo-ku, Osaka 540-0037, Japan" and "Shinjuku Mitsui Building 2-1-1 Nishi Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo"
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