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All our translators are native speakers of the target language, which means the translation will be completely authentic and won't look like a translation.

Importantly, all our translators have experience in game localization and are thoroughly selected and tested. Quality is our priority!

Translators into 100+ languages
In-house and freelancers
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Vera is finishing her degree in publishing and editing at the Moscow State University of Printing Arts. She has been in the editing field since she was of age, and with our company since 2012. She has a degree in education and  a handful of music school diplomas.

Vera spends her spare time learning Swedish, singing, drawing, and being friends with everyone.

Vera Deeva
Editor
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Alexey graduated from the Institute of Oriental Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences and began his career in television. He joined the games department in 2012, and has since been involved in the localization of video games.

He speaks fluent English and understands a bit of German and Chinese. Aleksey loves drive. In his spare time, he likes to play Chopin on the piano.

Alexey Fedorov
Deputy Head of Department
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Andrey graduated from the Moscow State Regional Social and Humanitarian Institute. He's been working in our localization department since 2006. Andrey is an expert in translation processes and programs, and is able to translate multilingual games "quickly, efficiently and inexpensively" without sacrificing any one of the three.

He is fond of reading, football, vocals, electric guitar, writing music.

Andrey Gaiderov
Team lead
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Grace majored in communication engineering. Started career in patent translation in 2007 and has been involved in localization of games since 2014.

Enjoys cycling, hiking, and playing pingpong.

Grace Jiang
Editor
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In 2009, Sergey graduated from the Moscow Aviation Institute with a degree in foreign languages. He joined our friendly team in 2012.

Sergey loves mobile games and spends his spare time reading for pleasure, watching films, drawing, and sculpting.

Sergey Kochetov
Project manager
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In 1998, Andrey graduated with a Journalism degree from the Moscow State University, with a focus on TV journalism, and worked on the News segment of the Culture channel for five years prior to joining the games department.

He likes to read, write, count, and cook. Recently, the games are increasingly on Youtube. On long winter evenings he plays music for himself on a classical guitar.

Andrey Kovalev
Head of Department
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Ksenia graduated with a degree in journalism from the Moscow State University with an editorial focus, but, instead of a  newspaper or magazine, fate led her into the world of video games. Ksenia prefers to review games in written form.

Outside of work, Ksenia spends her time raising two kids and three cats, watching TV shows, and reading.

Ksenia Kovaleva
Editor
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The game department's most senior employee, Anton joined the team after graduating with a degree in computational mathematics and cybernetics from the Moscow State University. Dozens of games have passed through his hands.

He enjoys hiking and home brewing beer, and can't imagine a world without video games.

Anton Litvinenko
Deputy Head of Department
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A degree from the Moscow State Linguistic University gave Oleg fluency in English and German, and many years in the gaming industry made him a connossieur of games and behind-the-scenes processes.

Oleg enjoys good music and films, and spends his evenings reading Schiller in the original German.

Oleg Mironov
Project manager
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Denis survived the 90s. His journey into localization was a long and treacherous one. There was teaching of English and foregin literature at the college level and wholesale trade of confection until Denis and localization finally found one another, and haven't been apart for the past 20 years.

The only thing that can drag Denis away from localization is soccer, for what could better replace a game, if not another game?

Denis Novikov
Business Development Director
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Sergey graduated from the New Humanities Institute in Elektrostal in 2011 and is a self-proclaimed expert on science-fiction role-playing games and ludonarrative dissonance.

He devotes his free time to scale modeling, Baroque music and, of course, video games.

Sergey Shkuratov
Editor
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Anastasia graduated with a degree in journalism from the Moscow State University, specializing in the periodical press.

Outside of the games department, Anastasia enjoys quests in real life, as well as live action role-playing games, classical choreography, and historical dance.

Anastasiya Stazhilo-Alekseeva
Editor
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In 2013, Mikhail graduated with a degree in Oriental and African studies from the Institute of Practical Oriental Studies and knowledge of two foreign languages ​​(English, Chinese). Two years later, he earned a Master's degree in comparitive political studies through a joint program at the Peoples Friendship University of Russia and the Shandong University (China).

Mikhail loves China and Chinese culture, and enjoys sports, cars, and fishing.

Mikhail Tikhonov
Regional Director, China
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Andrey has been at Logrus IT since 2005. He holds an advanced degree in sound engineering. He is the head of our sound department, and is involved in all areas of multimedia work.

Andrey is fond of cycling, fishing, economics, and Soviet cinema.

Andrey Vakayev
Sound producer
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Ruzilia graduated from the Kazan (Privolzhsky) Federal University with a degree in philology. Not only can no double space can escape from her eagle eye, but she also understands 4 Turkic languages, not counting her native Tatar.

Ruzilia is fond of historical linguistics, cinematography, and music, and dreams of the day someone will pronounce her name properly on the first try.

Ruzilya Valiyeva
Editor