DZJP Games Distributors
in 1987, one year after video game ban in Philippines lifted following EDSA Revolution, DZJP ltd. launched its game distribution division by creating DZJP Games Distributors, it began to distributes Japanese-only games and obscure games to the Philippines, its was well known for Philippine release of Puyo Puyo Tsu and Puyo Puyo Sun.
later in 1987, DZJP Games Distributors began to distribute Sega Master System console to the Philippines, it went extremely popular, which makes DZJP to distribute all Sega future consoles (Sega Mega Drive, Game Gear, Mega Drive Nomad, Saturn and Dreamcast).
in 1990, DZJP Games Distributors have signed deal with multiple Japanese and American game companies (including Midway, Sunsoft, Compile (despite having its own office in the Philippines), Hudson, Konami and Sierra) to distribute their games to the Philippines
in 1991, starting with Puyo Puyo series, DZJP Games Distributors ceded its translation and dubbing facilities to DZJP Studios (later known as FBN Studios) while DZJP Games Distributors continues to distribute games.
in 1993, DZJP Games Distributors will remain to be owned by DZJP ltd. (later known as FBN Holdings) while its broadcast division was separated and owned by DZJP ltd. and Fujisenkai.
DZJP Games Distributors's last in-credit appearance was Philippine release of Rakugakids
in 1997, after its first game to be developed in-house (named as "Warth of the Bamboo", which was release for PlayStation, Atari Jaguar, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Sega 32X and Sega Saturn, published by FBN Games in the Philippines and Konami (Atari, for Jaguar release) in USA, Europe, Japan and El Kadsre), DZJP Games Distributors was renamed to FBN Games, despite its credit name was former name until 1998, when Rakugakids was released.
in 2001, after Philippine release of Puyo Puyo Box was released, Sega acquired 25% stake of FBN Games.
in 2005, FBN Games changed its logo in coincide with entering mobile games market.
in January 18, 2006, FBN Holdings and Sega to cede its ownership of FBN Games to FBN Corporation, afterwards, Sega to acquire minority stake of FBN Corporation.
its 2009 logo's first appearance was Project Ringo (later known as "Puyo Puyo 7") teasers (Philippine version), while first on-screen appearance was Philippine release of Puyo Puyo 7, this logo was popular among Puyo Puyo fans worldwide due to Puyo Puyo 2006 logo-like design.
as of now, FBN Games continues to distribute Japanese-only games, obscure games and Puyo Puyo games to Philippines, it was well known for Philippine releases of Puyo Puyo games, Konami and Sega continues to games developed by FBN Games outside of the Philippines.
|V • T • E FBN Corporation|
| Broadcast television networks: FBN | Sorbet TV | Bata | Asianmatic TV 1 | FBN Arena
ETS | Arte | ABC Spark Stevia | YTV Stevia | Teletoon Stevia | Treehouse | Panda Stevia | Disney Channel Stevia | tvN Stevia | Teletoon Max | CBS Reality Stevia | Horror Channel Stevia | ETS News: FY 1 | Comedy Central Stevia | MTV Stevia | MTV2 (Stevia) | Nickelodeon Stevia | Nick Jr. Stevia | Nicktoons Stevia | Cartoon Network Stevia | Boomerang Stevia
Others: America Direct (10%) | FBN Games
1Co-owned with Fujisenkai, GBC Gau, Netflix and Media Prima.
CPN Holdings, FBN Holdings and Sega Sammy Holdings (through Sega Holdings) owns each 25% stake, Aberic Holdings owns 5% stake and TMK Corporation (through Quest) and Qube Communications owns 10% stake each of FBN Corporation
|V • T • E Qube Communications|
| Predecessor: Wildcat Holdings
Qube Motion Pictures Group
Qube Home Entertainment Group
Qube Television Group
| Owned by NotWildcat|
|V • T • E FBN Holdings|
| Cable television channels: Stars
Defunct: Anime Party