Foundation of Fayiette
Fayiette is under the Fayie Enterprise network. An Australian company operating several smaller chains. Fayie Enterprise built its foundation in QLD, Australia back in 2012.
It’s chief of operations are primarily concerned with the online gaming industry through its flagship genre MMORPG in the PC Industry. As the times has shifted, so has it’s focus ever so slightly, now welcoming trending MMO games in both PC and Mobile Devices.
With nearly a decade of experience in the blogging & web industry, producing exciting experiences for brands and consumers alike.
We’re designers, strategists, analyst and above all – Leaders.
Word from Kevin Aka Fayie
Main Focus of Fayiette
Are you just sick of reading all the biased paid reviews?
I have been obsessed with gaming since the release of World of Warcraft. I been always looking for the next big thing. The next MMORPG, the next game release. From Warcraft 3 to Maplestory to Silkroad Online to Aion to Blade and Soul to Bless to Black Desert Online and the list just goes on and on and on.
The one thing that they all share in common was that reviews and publishers always try to censor out the bad and negatives. Instead taking the constructive feedback and improving on their games. This is one of the biggest flaws the gaming industry has, especially the MMORPG industry. Our focus is to bridge a gap between the community and publishers to release and maintain a game that is constantly improving it’s core features & quality of life.
Our Principle and Goals
Regardless how bad something is, we should never hate them for what it does not have, but instead cherish and love it for everything that it is and represents.
Our purpose and focus is to bridge a gap between the community and publishers to release and maintain a game that is constantly improving it’s core features & quality of life
You can’t have integrity by building yourself up from breaking someone else down.
Honesty opens up unimageable doors to different paths of success, don’t expect it from everyone.
For any community to be successful, there needs to be communication, transparency, appreciation, and understanding .