InterServ is a publicly traded company on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (6169). It is a full-service game developer and publisher in the Greater China area, with over 80 members in in Taiwan and over 150 in their production center in Shanghai.
The company was founded by Sheree Tsao in 1989. InterServ began as a CD-ROM and software developer, specializing in educational software including English, mathematics, and Chinese language games. In 1995, InterServ releases their first game Karma: Curse of the 12 Caves, across PC, Saturn, and PlayStation platforms.
In 2000, InterServ expanded its operations into to China by opening a full production studio in Shanghai. This expansion led to more growth in size and capability, adding more artists and increasing the capability in game development and art asset production.
In 2002, InterServ continued its expansion by opening an office in Irvine, California. InterServ also went public on the Taiwan Stock Exchange, making it one of the largest public game development companies in the world. Since then, InterServ has released several game titles for PC and consoles.