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Osaka, Tokyo, Iga

North America:
San Mateo, Los Angeles, Toronto

London, Hamburg, Saint-Germain-en-Laye

Kenzo Tsujimoto[2]
(Chairman and CEO)

Haruhiro Tsujimoto[2]
(President and COO)

Hiroshi Tobisawa[3]
(Director in charge of Overseas Business)

Capcom Co., Ltd. (株式会社カプコン Kabushiki-gaisha Kapukon?) is an Osaka-based Japanese developer and publisher of video games,[7] known for creating multi-million-selling franchises such as Resident Evil, Street Fighter, and Mega Man.[8] Originally established in 1983,[9] it has since become an international enterprise with branches and subsidiaries in North America, Europe, and East Asia.[10]



The original companies that spawned Capcom's Japanese branch were I.R.M Corporation founded on May 30, 1979,[1] as well as its subsidiary Japan Capsule Computer Co., Ltd., both of which were devoted to the manufacturing and distribution of electronic game machines.[9] The two companies underwent a name change to Sambi Co., Ltd. in September 1981,[9] while Capcom Co., Ltd. itself was first established on June 11, 1983,[1] for the purpose of taking over the internal sales department.[11]

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