KONAMI made ABILIT CORPORATION (currently TAKASAGO ELECTRIC INDUSTRY CO., LTD.) a wholly-owned subsidiary through a share exchange.
Konami Sports Club Sendai Nagamachi was hit by the Great East Japan Earthquake.
KONAMI acquired land accompanied by a building in Ichinomiya, Aichi (currently the Konami Group Ichinomiya Office).
Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd. was selected as a recipient of a Thomson Reuters 2011 Top 100 Global Innovator Award.
Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd. absorbed Hudson Soft Company, Limited.
Takuya Kozuki assumed the position of President and Representative Director of KONAMI CORPORATION.
Four athletes from Konami Sports Gymnastic and Swimming Team represented Japan's national squad in the 30th Olympic Games (2012/London), winning a total of 6 medals including the gold medal in the men's individual all-around gymnastics event.
Konami Digital Entertainment B.V. was relocated in Windsor, U.K., as the European headquarters.
KONAMI acquired land for Konami Creative Center Ginza in Chuo-ku, Tokyo.
The groundbreaking ceremony for the second Gaming & Systems Business Factory was held in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.
KONAMI was selected for inclusion in the "JPX-Nikkei Index 400."
TAKASAGO ELECTRIC INDUSTRY CO., LTD. began sales of pachinko machines.
Konami Sports Club Dancing Stars’ selected team "J.B.STAR" won the international dance competition "WORLD HIPHOP CHAMPIONSHIP 2014."
KONAMI celebrated its 30th listing anniversary on the stock exchange in Japan.
Konami Business Expert Co., Ltd. was established.
The second Gaming & Systems Business Factory was established in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.
KONAMI CORPORATION changed its trade name to KONAMI HOLDINGS CORPORATION.
Konami Sports & Life Co., Ltd. changed its trade name to Konami Sports Club Co., Ltd.
Konami Sports Club Kumamoto was hit by the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake.
Six athletes from Konami Sports Gymnastics and Swimming Teams represented Japan's national squad in the 31st Olympic Games (2016/Rio de Janeiro), winning a total of 5 medals including the gold medal in the men’s team all-around gymnastics event.
KONAMI carried out a business restructuring of group companies, in the course of which Konami Amusement Co., Ltd. was established.
Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd. held the Japanese eSports competition “Pawapuro Championships 2017” as an officially recognized tournament of Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB).
Konami Amusement (Thailand) Co., Ltd., the local subsidiary in the Kingdom of Thailand, was established.
Approximately 20 facilities, including Konami Sports Club Ibaraki and Kourien, were hit by the 2018 Osaka earthquake.
Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd. and Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) decided to jointly host the eBASEBALL League with all 12 NPB teams.
"Winning Eleven 2018" (overseas title: “PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 2018”) was selected as Japan’s only esports title to be played at the "18th Asian Games Jakarta-Palembang 2018," which was subsequently held.
Konami Sports Club Co., Ltd. changed its trade name to Konami Sports Co., Ltd.
With "eFootball Winning Eleven 2020" (overseas title: "eFootball PES 2020") as the competition title, the Inter-Prefectural Esports Championship 2019 IBARAKI, which is part of the Culture Program of the 74th National Sports Festival, Iki Iki Ibaraki Yume Kokutai ("Active Ibaraki Dream National Sports Festival"), was held in Tsukuba, Ibaraki.
KONAMI commenced its operations at the "Konami Creative Center Ginza" located in Chuo-ku, Tokyo.
esports GINZA studio within Konami Creative Center Ginza started its operation as an esports facility, with the holding of the eBASEBALL Pro League 2019 season, the eClimax Series, and the eNippon Series co-hosted with Nippon Professional Baseball.
Kimihiko Higashio assumed the position of President and Representative Director of KONAMI HOLDINGS CORPORATION.
The registered Head Office was transferred to 1-11-1, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo.