Established in 2000, KLab‘s goal is to create a world of excitement with gaming, designing, developing, and providing smartphone-related applications, services, and server infrastructures. From one perspective, it’s easy to see their logo as just a uniquely shaped “K.” However, their unique logo also depicts three people peeking into a smartphone screen. The logo is meant to represent KLab’s passion for creating exciting mobile content that is so engaging, users are tempted to share it with everyone around them.
The company is motivated to fuel the evolution of the mobile industry. Despite the ever-changing trends, the message behind KLab’s logo has remained constant. Which is to deliver exceptional services to their users and put forth their strongest efforts to give rise to the next groundbreaking game title.
At Anime Expo 2018, FanboyNation had the pleasure of interviewing Mark Mowbray, Global Public Relations Director of KLab. Mowbray was kind enough to give us an in-depth explanation of the games KLab brought to share with attendees. The games brought back old classics like Bleach and Captain Tsubasa for some of the older anime fans out there. For the big Bleach fans out there, I highly recommend checking out Brave Souls. As Mowbray stated in the interview, it is the only game where you will find character designs from the Thousand Year Blood War arc.