From Russia with Games
Sergei Orlovskiy blames incompetent Russian officials for his addiction to computer games. Thanks to a bureaucratic slip-up, his school computer class in the far eastern Russian province of Magadan was equipped with a Yamaha MSX gaming computer. That didn't much help Orlovskiy's grades, but it did foster a love of gaming that led the then-23-year-old information-technology student to found his own company, Nival Interactive, in 1996.
To continue reading this article you must be a Bloomberg Professional Service Subscriber.
If you believe that you may have received this message in error please let us know.
- These Guys Want to Lend You Money Against Your Bitcoin
- Fed Raises Rates, Eyes Three 2018 Hikes as Yellen Era Nears End
- This Electric Truck Will Probably Beat Tesla’s to Market
- Bitcoin Points Way to ‘Massive Change’ for Commodity Businesses
- Famed Short-Seller Jim Chanos Says Tesla Headed for ‘Brick Wall’