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A Russian company behind the creation of the Kenga brand.Together with [[Lamport]], they created [[Kenmaster]].<ref>http://tv-games.ru/wiki/Companies/Kenmaster.html</ref>
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'''Kenga''' a was probably the Ukrainian company responsible for creating the Kenga brand popular in the CIS countries. Together with [[Lamport]], they created [[Kenmaster]].<ref>http://tv-games.ru/wiki/Companies/Kenmaster.html</ref>
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Each console has a special KEN-Card with a serial number that was used in, for example, warranty service.
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Kenga sponsored the Ukrainian program [[Kenga Predstavlyaet]].
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In Russia, the company created a KEN-Club whose members had numerous benefits when buying games and consoles. Kenga also produced a special program in which club members were to perform but not much is known about the program.
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{{gitem|Ken Card front.jpg}}
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{{gitem|MD2 RU Kenga documents.jpg|Warranty voucher}}
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== References==
 
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[[Category:Companies]]
 

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Kenga logo.jpg
Kenga
Headquarters: Ukraine?

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Kenga a was probably the Ukrainian company responsible for creating the Kenga brand popular in the CIS countries. Together with Lamport, they created Kenmaster.[1]

Each console has a special KEN-Card with a serial number that was used in, for example, warranty service.

Kenga sponsored the Ukrainian program Kenga Predstavlyaet.

In Russia, the company created a KEN-Club whose members had numerous benefits when buying games and consoles. Kenga also produced a special program in which club members were to perform but not much is known about the program.

Ken Card front.jpg

Ken Card back.jpg

MD2 RU Kenga documents.jpg

Warranty voucher

Migr 1 RU.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Magazina Igrushek (RU) #1: "1/1995" (1995-xx-xx)

Migr 3 RU.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Magazina Igrushek (RU) #3: "3/1995" (1995-xx-xx)


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