Emcom Holdings now focuses on real estate, securities, technology and finance business. For the first time in more than 35 years, the company is not involved in the video game or amusement industry.
Jaleco Holding's former subsidiary Jaleco Ltd is still in operation under Game Yarou's ownership. Because Jaleco Ltd was created in 2006 as a legal company rather than a division, the right to use the Jaleco name was not affected by the selling of the company to Game Yarou. Jaleco Ltd produces mobile phone video games as well as online games for the Internet. On March 2, 2009, Jaleco Ltd revealed on its website that Kizuna, a video game for the Wii, will be released on May 29, 2009.
North America's division Jaleco Entertainment appears to have gone out of business since at least 2008. In 2005, the content of Jaleco Entertainment's website was replaced by a frontpage reading as "Home of Jaleco Entertainment" with no hyperlinks or other webpages. The front page had the Jaleco Entertainment logo above the "Home of Jaleco Entertainment"; implying that Jaleco Entertainment was still in business at the time and was simply going through a hiatus period. Sometime in 2006, the website was briefly replaced by a message saying that the domain expired, but it was renewed a month later with again the "Home of Jaleco Entertainment" front page. However since early 2008, the url belongs to an online video game website with no connection to Jaleco .
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