Gilles Langourieux interview — How Virtuos grew with gaming and offers with labor shortages and crunch

Gilles Langourieux interview -- How Virtuos grew with gaming and deals with labor shortages and crunch

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Virtuos just lately raised $150 million from non-public fairness agency Baring Non-public Fairness Asia, a brand new sort of investor coming into the rising recreation {industry}.

Such traders haven’t put some huge cash into video games prior to now, however the pandemic highlighted the chance as video games grew 23% in revenues in 2020 whereas many different industries shrank. Virtuous is making the most of that development to stage up its enterprise, which focuses on exterior growth of core recreation property for triple-A video games for consoles and PCs. Whereas it began offering artwork, now it has a deeper position in recreation growth, offering property inside a recreation engine which can be extra simply built-in in a recreation.

As such, the Singapore-based firm will get lots of perception into gaming developments and how you can cope with challenges such because the labor scarcity in recreation growth, crunch (unpaid or pressured additional time), how you can appeal to extra girls into the {industry}, and the unending have to feed extra content material to players. I spoke to CEO Gilles Langourieux about quite a lot of matters in an interview.

The corporate began in China in 2004 with a studio in Shanghai. It expanded to different cities like Chengdu and Xian. Then it acquired Sparx in 2011 and moved out of China to relocate its headquarters to Singapore in 2018. Langourieux stated that helped the corporate function extra simply on a worldwide foundation and increase into new markets. Now the corporate is making acquisitions corresponding to the acquisition of Sparx, which grew from 50 folks to greater than 400 now.

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Total, Virtuos has greater than 2,300 recreation builders throughout 13 areas in locations world wide from Los Angeles to Montreal. It really works with 18 of the highest 20 digital leisure corporations together with Activision Blizzard, Bandai Namco, Take Two Interactive, and Ubisoft. And it has been concerned in a few of the {industry}’s most profitable recreation titles, together with Murderer’s Creed, Name of Obligation, Ultimate Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, Horizon Zero Daybreak, League of Legends, NBA 2K18, and Shadow of The Tomb Raider.

Virtuos has additionally contributed artwork companies to a few of the movie {industry}’s greatest blockbuster franchises corresponding to Black Panther, Jurassic World, The Avengers, and Star Wars: The Power Awakens. Thus far, it has labored on greater than 1,300 initiatives.

Right here’s an edited transcript of our interview.

Above: Virtuos CEO Gilles Langourieux.

Picture Credit score: Virtuos

GamesBeat: I noticed you had a really massive funding spherical. That was eye-opening. Are you able to begin with a few of the historical past of the corporate?

Gilles Langourieux: You could keep in mind we began the corporate in China again in 2004. We had a studio in Shanghai. Since then we’ve grown the group in China first by opening different studios in different cities, Chengdu and Xi’an. We began to develop the group outdoors China with the acquisition of Sparx in 2011, after which different acquisitions occurred over time. A lot in order that in 2018 we determined to maneuver the headquarters of the group outdoors of China into Singapore.

There have been three causes behind this. There was the have to be perceived as a extra worldwide group by shoppers in addition to crew members. There was the necessity to entry extra worldwide administration expertise, the sort you will discover in Singapore. Additionally, the have to be higher funded, as a result of as a overseas entrepreneur in China, I had restricted entry to financing from the banks or traders. That modified rather a lot with the transfer in 2018.

In the event you recall earlier conversations, the corporate has two divisions, an artwork division and a recreation division. Each divisions are targeted on serving to main recreation studios produce greater video games and generate extra income with their video games by guaranteeing they will develop on extra platforms, or that there’s extra content material to be bought to their shoppers. Over time, with 2,500 workers, we’ve turn out to be one of many largest exterior growth companions.

GamesBeat: When was the stage the place you began rising rather a lot by way of the variety of workers?

Langourieux: If I confirmed you the curve, it’s surprisingly common. We went over the 1,000 mark again in 2011, one thing like that. We’ve grown employees numbers by 15 p.c on common yr after yr. What we’ve seen within the final three years is just not essentially an acceleration within the variety of employees, as a result of it’s simply continued at a gentle tempo, however extra acceleration in income. In 2020 income grew by 35 p.c. This yr it’s rising by near 50 p.c. That’s occurring as a result of the options we’re delivering are extra superior, extra complicated than once we began the corporate.

To provide an instance, our artwork division, once we began the corporate, our shoppers have been sending us photograph references and we have been sending them 3D artwork property again. There’s a cap on how a lot you may cost for that sort of work. Now 80 p.c of the work we ship to our shoppers is delivered in-engine, in a playable format. We’re capable of take, for instance, idea artwork on one finish, and go all the best way to the opposite finish, an animated asset with VFX and lighting within the setting. We are able to ship one thing absolutely playable at ultimate high quality to our shoppers. There are fewer steps to tackle their finish. We get to larger high quality quicker. They lower your expenses, however we will additionally cost a premium for the sort of service as a result of so few of our rivals can do it on the scale that we will.

GamesBeat: Have you ever observed how recreation growth itself has modified? Are you engaged on longer initiatives? Are you having to place extra folks to work for very quick quantities of time? I ponder how a lot flexibility clients require from you now.

Langourieux: If I slender down the query to the final 18 months, two issues have occurred on the identical time. On the one hand, it’s been tougher to ship new video games. You see extra delays on some greater video games. Then again, gamers are taking part in the identical video games longer, they usually’re asking for brand spanking new content material, revolutionary content material, inside these current video games. That interprets into longer-term contracts for us, longer relationships, serving to shoppers produce this extra content material for his or her viewers, or taking current content material to a brand new platform for an viewers that hasn’t had an opportunity to play it but. We’re positively seeing longer cycles.

One thing else that’s totally different from the earlier console cycle is a robust uptick for the brand new consoles. Again in 2013, there was hesitation from many publishers round investing closely within the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. That resulted in a slower 2013 and 2014 for us on the enterprise facet, with much less development than regular. For this cycle, all of the publishers from the U.S., from Europe, from Asia are investing closely within the new era. That’s additionally driving demand for content material.

Above: The hallway of video games that Virtuos has labored on.

Picture Credit score: Virtuos

GamesBeat: Does that assist enhance your corporation, or simplify the enterprise, whenever you get to work on a few of these video games for an extended time?

Langourieux: Sure, as a result of it offers everyone a stronger cause for investing in additional complicated relationships. The shoppers are keen to speculate extra. We are able to make investments extra as a result of we all know the return on the funding will probably be there. You’ll be able to tackle greater chunks of a title. You’ll be able to tackle whole ranges, whole gameplay options, a whole set of cinematics, and ship these at larger high quality to the shopper.

In the event you’re in a shorter cycle with quicker iterations, you’ve much less time to grasp how the shopper’s pipeline works. The shopper additionally has much less time to regulate their working strategies to what’s required for good exterior collaboration. Subsequently you may’t go as deep as we’re going now.

GamesBeat: Are we in a sort of labor scarcity, or not less than a scarcity of the most effective recreation growth expertise? I see the contractors increasing a lot, and so many acquisitions have occurred. I’ve been asking Activision Blizzard each quarter what number of openings they’ve, and that quantity hasn’t modified. They nonetheless have 2,000 openings. It’s laborious for them to fill all of them. I get the sense that with this newest growth in gaming and all of the funding in new startups, the rise within the variety of main funding offers, it appears like we’ve got that labor scarcity.

Langourieux: I don’t disagree. There’s a stronger labor scarcity than there was prior to now, because of rising funding in content material. I don’t assume it’s synthetic. The numbers are backed by extra purchases made by customers. Customers are spending extra on video games, and we’ve got to provide them extra content material to eat. There’s a logical cycle in that.

On our finish at Virtuos, we’ve at all times been within the enterprise of coaching and making groups of recreation professionals work collectively at scale. When others have been investing in IP, in manufacturers, in tech, we’ve at all times been primarily investing in folks. We’re not afraid — and we’ve at all times achieved this — of taking a great deal of recent graduates, coaching them up, and turning them into recreation professionals. By doing this usually over time, we’ve created worth for ourselves, but additionally for our shoppers, who are actually capable of faucet into these hundreds of pros we’ve skilled.

GamesBeat: And it’s a must to do that in numerous areas of the world as a lot as doable, proper?

Langourieux: Sure. Our technique–why are we elevating a lot funding? That’s for various causes. One, we wished stronger recognition for the dimensions we’ve reached and our skill to ship outcomes to our shoppers. Second, we would like to have the ability to have studios in additional elements of the world. We’ve got studios in international locations the place there’s a deep expertise pool. We’ve got studios in cities the place video games are made, in an effort to be nearer to our shoppers. We make these studios work all collectively on the identical platform.

Our mannequin, our function is to make video games higher collectively, and “collectively” is essential. Each studio is engaged on the identical platform, the identical challenge administration and communication instruments. They will interoperate pretty simply collectively. That’s how we’re capable of line up 100, or in some instances 200 folks to work on a single challenge, which as you realize might be greater than the common measurement of most of our rivals.

GamesBeat: What kind of competitors do you face with Key phrases? They’re rather a lot greater, however do you focus on various things than they do?

Langourieux: I feel our beginning factors are very totally different. Key phrases began in QA and localization, they usually’re nonetheless very robust in these areas. We began in core content material manufacturing, and we stay solely targeted on core content material manufacturing. We’re not keen on different ancillary companies. We simply wish to be the most effective and the biggest at serving to studios create core content material. That’s how we differentiate.

One other differentiation, as I used to be saying earlier concerning the integration of the studios we’ve constructed or purchased, we guarantee that they’re engaged on the identical platform and might interoperate extraordinarily nicely collectively, fairly than letting them run as unbiased kingdoms. We’ve got an industrial technique, whereas Key phrases has a extra horizontal technique. That’s working nicely for them. Ours is simply totally different.

GamesBeat: What number of acquisitions have you ever made over time?

Langourieux: We haven’t made many till now. There have been three notable acquisitions we will converse of. You might have Sparx, which was a 50-person animation studio in Vietnam once we acquired them. It’s now greater than 400 folks, one of many largest recreation studios within the nation. We’ve got Black Shamrock in Eire, which was acquired in 2017. They have been a 15-person single-project studio engaged on recreation creation, engaged on an RPG. They’re now near 100 folks engaged on several types of initiatives for various triple-A shoppers. Lastly there may be Counterpunch in Los Angeles, which is a facial animation specialist we acquired final yr. They have been round 15 folks on the time, they usually’ve doubled in measurement already.

We’re not making an attempt to make lots of acquisitions. We’re making an attempt to make acquisitions the place the tradition match is there and we all know there are synergies which can permit us to make that studio develop very quickly. We’re searching for studios that we may also help scale up quickly by giving them entry to our shoppers or by giving them entry to complementary abilities we’ve got in different studios.

GamesBeat: So far as the street map from right here, what does the enterprise appear like for you within the coming years?

Langourieux: You’ll be able to count on two foremost issues from us. The primary one is to see us related to co-development on greater titles. We’re going to tackle extra gameplay, recreation design, and engineering-related obligations as video games proceed to get greater and extra complicated. The second factor is having a related presence in all the important thing cities the place video games are made. I discussed earlier that we wish to be the biggest, however we additionally wish to be the simplest to work with. To be straightforward to work with we have to be in the identical time zone. Folks have to know us and we have to know them, so there’s no friction in partnering with us. We’re working to scale back that friction, as a result of we began as a gaggle based mostly in Asia, and we now have to verify we’re a gaggle that’s very near you. I wouldn’t say in your neighborhood, however very near your neck of the woods.

Above: Virtuos labored on Kena: Bridge of Spirits for the PlayStation consoles.

Picture Credit score: Virtuos

GamesBeat: Have you ever needed to change rather a lot due to distant working necessities and the pandemic?

Langourieux: We have been hit first, as a result of we’ve got our largest studios in China. As a result of China reacted so quick, although, we additionally recovered the quickest. By April 2020 our studios have been again to work. The teachings have been discovered fairly quick and utilized to the opposite studios, which have been capable of transfer to working from residence pretty quickly as a result of classes discovered by the Chinese language studios. The destructive impression was absorbed fairly simply.

Right this moment the state of affairs is–we nonetheless have studios in China which can be working within the workplace. I’d say usually, or within the historic manner. All the opposite studios in Vietnam, in Europe, in North America are basically working from residence. Like most of our shoppers, we’re within the mode the place we’ve got to determine how this case goes to evolve. Our place on that is that we’ve got to be pragmatic and versatile. We’re giving flexibility to our employees. In the event that they wish to work within the workplace on a voluntary foundation, they will. We’re at all times being cautious and guaranteeing that the groups spend high quality time collectively. If folks aren’t coming to the workplace, we attempt to guarantee that the groups are coming collectively. We’re not setting any insurance policies in stone. We understand that so long as the pandemic is ongoing, issues will maintain altering each month. That’s why we’ve got to be pragmatic.

We don’t see an impression, a significant impression, on our output. We’re capable of ship. We wouldn’t have the ability to ship development if there was a significant impression. We simply observe that it’s tougher to shine titles than it was earlier than with this distant work state of affairs. Complicated points are tougher to resolve whenever you do it remotely. We’ve got many examples of that.

GamesBeat: Is that turning into one thing like–are video games taking longer to make usually? Does this console era have some distinctive traits about it? It seems like folks moved into making video games for this era quicker than the final, nevertheless it’s nonetheless taking longer to make video games. I discover holes within the launch schedules as a result of lots of video games have been delayed. Final yr Microsoft didn’t have that many marquee titles, whereas this yr it appears like Sony doesn’t have that many. A variety of good video games are coming round February. Is it this added layer of issue due to the pandemic?

Langourieux: Yeah, I feel it’s solely that. If something, this new era of consoles is extra appropriate with the earlier one than its predecessor. It’s simpler to work with. The instruments and the tech are related. There’s much less of a technological leap, I’m advised. I can’t testify myself. I don’t code. However I’m advised that the leap is just not so excessive in comparison with the earlier time. These delays are extra concerning the issue of collaborating remotely, on the inventive stage and on the sprucing stage.

GamesBeat: Are there some classes right here which can be beginning to look very fascinating to you, or that you simply assume is likely to be overhyped? I consider issues like NFTs in video games, AR and VR, the metaverse. All these items which can be highly regarded topics to speak about, however I ponder if that’s leading to precise work being achieved.

Langourieux: Objectively — not by way of opinion, however by way of work — VR continues to be driving work for us. NFTs, no. The metaverse and larger on-line video games usually, sure, that’s additionally driving lots of work as studios are searching for new actions, new gameplay to provide to an current group inside an current recreation.

GamesBeat: I talked to Brendan Inexperienced about his large challenge after PUBG, this Artemis challenge. He stated that he needs to construct this big world, and it’s an fascinating mixture of human recreation design, machine studying, and user-generated content material. It’s all these totally different levers that may produce a big world and fill it up with fascinating issues. I assumed that was an fascinating manner to have a look at issues designers can management relative to how massive their initiatives will be.

Langourieux: There’s definitely a big sufficient viewers, sufficient players spending time in video games, that we will search for these sorts of revolutionary methods so as to add content material. Programs that don’t simply rely upon recreation creators, but additionally depend on AI or depend on user-created content material. It’s an especially fascinating transfer.

GamesBeat: Once you discuss concerning the metaverse, what sort of issues do you see folks having in thoughts there? Are they constructing related worlds, or simply constructing very massive worlds that may carry that identify?

Langourieux: After we spend lots of time creating gameplay, designing video games, there’s extra time spent adapting real-world actions. Having players work together by a digital model of real-world actions. There are well-known examples like music or sporting occasions. We see efforts throughout any sort of human exercise.

Above: Virtuos labored on the Demon’s Souls remake.

Picture Credit score: Virtuos

GamesBeat: Nearly extra just like the Niantic view of issues, with video games like Pokemon Go?

Langourieux: We’ve got an organization in France known as United Nations. They wish to construct a web based democracy, the place folks get to vote and resolve the place a digital nation goes. That’s an instance of re-creating political exercise in a digital manner. It’s not very removed from there to a few of the financial actions or political actions that some MMOs wish to embed of their video games.

GamesBeat: That looks as if one of many extra fascinating elements of your corporation, that you simply get an perception into what lots of recreation corporations are doing, what developments they’re placing lots of manpower behind.

Langourieux: Sure, though to be sincere, the initiatives we work on are pretty segregated. I don’t get to see all of the video games, and none of my groups get to see all of the video games the group is engaged on. We might in all probability do a greater job at analyzing what’s occurring throughout the {industry}. However we’re spending extra time fixing our shoppers’ issues and delivering what they count on for his or her players than reworking what we see into predictions or evaluation of what’s occurring available in the market.

GamesBeat: How a lot of the enterprise is likely to be video games versus non-games for you? Is movie specifically a giant space for you?

Langourieux: We’re nonetheless doing a bit of labor on films. Traditionally we’ve had ILM as a shopper. We love them they usually love us. We’ve discovered rather a lot from that relationship, they usually appear to seek out some worth in working with us. That’s persevering with. However it’s extra the exception, as a result of the remainder of the enterprise is solely targeted on video games.

For some time we puzzled if it could make sense to increase the know-how that we’ve constructed with recreation engines into different industries. We see the efforts from Unity and Unreal to enter different industries. However there are nonetheless so many alternatives within the video games enterprise, and our folks wish to make nice video games. Making an attempt to enter totally different industries is likely to be extra of a distraction than one thing helpful for the enterprise. Proper now we stay nearly solely targeted on video games.

GamesBeat: Is there a selected manner you want to explain this complete class you’re in, this sub-industry?

Langourieux: Exterior growth of core content material, or triple-A exterior growth. That’s what we’re specializing in. We’ve discovered it varies. Not each enterprise investor understands video games usually. Even when they do, they don’t essentially perceive how the worth chain works. Baring is fascinating as a result of they have been an early investor in NetEase. In addition they invested in Large. As we converse they maintain investments in 14 know-how companies corporations. It gave them an fascinating eye so far as understanding our enterprise, in addition to having good concepts about how you can maintain enhancing the enterprise based mostly on what they’ve seen their different investments do efficiently. We’re very lucky to have this massive fund with us. It’s a $20 billion fund based mostly in Asia. We’re very fortunate to have them as companions, I feel. Time will inform.

GamesBeat: It’s one of many various things concerning the recreation {industry} now, the sorts of traders which can be keen to come back in.

Langourieux: For a very long time our shoppers would inform me, “Oh, you’re going to get acquired by X, Y, or Z.” I can see that lots of our rivals have been acquired by recreation publishers. With this funding, we’re making an attempt to make an announcement that there’s one other manner. There’s a strategy to stay unbiased and construct a gaggle which has stable legs, which may have an actual use, but additionally independence from the large recreation publishers. That’s my dream. A variety of the crew members are completely satisfied that we’re capable of reaffirm that independence and our give attention to video games.

GamesBeat: I do marvel concerning the totally different versatile fashions that corporations have proper now. Having this layer obtainable helps a lot, it appears, with modifications in plans or modifications in workloads. Firms will be versatile about their growth schedules.

Langourieux: In idea, sure. However I feel there’s not sufficient of us exterior builders. Right this moment we hardly symbolize 5 p.c of the workforce for our greatest shoppers. We’re making an impression, however there’s nonetheless lots of room to make a much bigger impression. It’s going to require us to enlarge investments, possibly a few of our rivals as nicely, and scaling up earlier than that flexibility you’re enthusiastic about is admittedly very important.

We’re going to get there. The {industry} is maturing. Different industries have achieved that. Each {industry} has extra clearly separated creation from manufacturing and specialised duties. There’s no cause why the sport {industry} doesn’t go in that path as nicely, not less than to an inexpensive extent.

GamesBeat: Do you assume one thing just like the Hollywood mannequin, the place folks simply work on initiatives after which disband, may occur?

Langourieux: We each know that we’re too depending on know-how. The way in which gameplay is created requires so many iterations that I don’t assume the Hollywood mannequin is the suitable mannequin. I feel we’ve got to invent our personal mannequin. There’s a mannequin the place extra flexibility is feasible, and can be needed. It’s a part of the reply to crunch. One cause crunch occurs is as a result of you’ve the identical crew engaged on totally different phases of the challenge. Creation, manufacturing, finale, and sprucing. In the event you might have extra flexibility throughout these extra time-intensive phases, in idea you’ll considerably scale back the necessity for crunch. It’s not that straightforward, however there’s one thing that may be achieved round bringing extra flexibility into how video games are made.

On know-how, by the best way, one factor that occurred with COVID, it pressured us to do extra collaboration within the cloud. The benefit of that’s having the pipeline within the cloud offers you extra technology-driven flexibility round the way you make video games. That might even have a constructive impression so far as the strain on groups.

Lara Croft in Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

Above: Lara Croft in Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

Picture Credit score: Sq. Enix

GamesBeat: I used to be questioning about your distinctive views on each crunch and the way know-how is making groups extra environment friendly. These seem to be separate however associated questions.

Langourieux: On crunch, we work in a world the place the work we do is extra exactly outlined than the world that our shoppers work in. It’s simpler for us to higher management crunch. To provide one aspect of information, what we measure signifies is that we’ve got a mean of 1 hour additional per week of presence above the authorized presence time in China, which is 40 hours. So it’s 41 versus 40. That’s reassuring, as a result of it doesn’t imply we’ve completely eliminated crunch. We do have some. It’s remoted on some groups. However it reveals we’re capable of management it.

It’s definitely tougher for our shoppers, who’re beneath very totally different pressures. I don’t assume our mannequin can work in every single place. However it’s positively one thing we pay lots of consideration to.

GamesBeat: Do you see a lot have to generate expertise in elements of the world the place we haven’t seen it as a lot earlier than? Locations like Africa, the Center East, or different areas which can be much less recognized for recreation growth.

Langourieux: My actual battle is to generate expertise so far as girls within the expertise pool. That is the place the true deep expertise pool of the long run is. After I see that the {industry} as an entire is lower than 20 p.c girls–video games are actually performed roughly 50-50 by girls. That reveals there’s rather a lot that may be achieved on this space. We’re at present at 30 p.c girls throughout the complete group. Attending to 50 goes to be tremendous laborious, however I can see how we will get to 40.

Fairly than different elements of the world, my first precedence so far as the expertise pool is, how will we seed curiosity for making video games amongst girls in secondary training? How will we converse to college college students and clarify to them that there’s a future for them in video games, that there are corporations the place you may have an fascinating job and work-life steadiness? We’ve got a ton of labor to do there, however the return on funding needs to be big.

GamesBeat: It feels just like the {industry} has to develop past a few of its sexist roots. We’re nonetheless seeing massive authorized issues associated to issues like harassment. I ponder if even now that scares off potential expertise.

Langourieux: As I stated, due to this fact we’ve got to return. We’ve got to go and win them again. We’ve got to enhance our recreation. We’ve got to be very energetic at successful girls again.

GamesBeat: You talked about that you’ve got a historical past of making your personal recreation builders, coaching them yourselves. Is that the best way to method bringing girls in as nicely? You wish to convert folks into changing into new builders?

Langourieux: Completely. We’re lucky to be in an {industry} which is rising quick. All of us must do our homework, our preparation work, in recruiting younger folks and coaching them up. That features, as early as doable within the cycle, talking to girls college students. Explaining what sort of careers exist for them and why it’s a completely viable profession possibility for them. Our greatest studio was based by a girl. A number of the finest managers within the group are girls. We’re making an attempt to leverage them as position fashions as a lot as we will to try to get that message throughout.

However it’s not very totally different from what you and I knew 30 or 40 years in the past. Once you began a profession in video games 30 years in the past, your mother and father would assume you have been loopy. There was no future in video games. What we confronted 30 years in the past might be what we’re going through, greater than something, with lots of younger girls. We’ve got to reassure them and encourage them to maneuver in. It’s a viable profession for ladies, and there’s a ton of cool choices.

Above: Aloy lives in a good looking open world in Horizon: Zero Daybreak.

Picture Credit score: Sony

GamesBeat: I don’t know in case your preliminary give attention to Asia means you’re recognized higher there, however do you discover that you simply’re recognized equally nicely within the west now so far as the steadiness of your work and the place your individuals are based mostly? Is that one thing you’re making an attempt to vary, to have extra consciousness of the corporate within the west?

Langourieux: We don’t have a rock star tradition. We’ve got a discreet tradition. Our shoppers are the rock stars. We’ve not made lots of noise. However for those who converse to studio heads at triple-A studios in North America or Europe, I don’t assume lots of them would say, “We’ve by no means heard of Virtuos.” They’re very probably both working with us or contemplating working with us. 50 p.c of our income comes from North America, 25 p.c from Europe, and 25 p.c from Asia. To realize that we needed to be pretty well-known in the suitable circles.

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