Pole To Win
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|Pole To Win|
|Headquarters: 11th Floor, Shinjuku NS Building, 2-4-1, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo 163-0811, Japan|
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Founded in 1994, Pole To Win has experienced a notable amount of success in its respective industries, and has since opened an additional 18 branches and 35 studios; the company provides quality assurance services in the countries of China, South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, India, Japan, the United States of America, Canada, Scotland, England, and Romania. Across its entire portfolio, Pole To Win conducts business in 40 different languages.
Pole To Win Korea
- Main article: Pole To Win Korea.
Pole To Win Singapore
- Main article: Pole To Win Singapore.
- Black (Saturn; 9999) — Debug
- Battle Arena Toshinden URA (Saturn; 1996) — Special thanks to
- Eternal Melody (Saturn; 1996) — 協力 (as ポールトゥウィン)
- Vatlva (Saturn; 1996) — テストプレイ (as (有)ポールトゥウイン)
- Dungeon Master Nexus (Saturn; 1998) — Test play
- Densha de Go! EX (Saturn; 1998) — デバッグ (as ポールトゥウィン株式会社)
- Devicereign (Saturn; 1999) — デバッグ (as ポールトゥウィン株式会社)
- The Ring: Terror's Realm (Dreamcast; 2000) — Test Player (as ポールトゥウィン株式会社)
- The King of Route 66 (PlayStation 2; 2003) — Special Thanks (as Pole To Win Co., Ltd.)
- Initial D Arcade Stage 5 (??; 9999) — Special Thanks (as Pole To Win Co., Ltd.)