Dmitry Kornyukhov

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Joined August 14, 2015E-commerce, Marketing, PR and/or market research, Medicine (general), Video gamesCanada
Founder of The Open Mic. Video game localization specialist. I help video game developers, game publishers and localization studios bring their projects to the Russian-speaking gaming community.
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A Few Things About Me

App Localization, Editing and Proofreading, Localization Testing, Software Localization, Translation, Video Game Localization
From 6 to 10 years of experience
English, Russian
English, Russian

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My Rates

0.18 USD per source word
0.10 USD per source word
From 46 to 55 USD

They say every project is different and I'm afraid there is no such thing as a "one-fits-all" translation rate.

There are literally dozens of factors that affect translation rates: the complexity of your source text, file format (hand-written and non-editable electronic documents tend to be much more expensive), how fast you want it back, your budget expectations, etc.

Please, contact me and I'll be happy to give you an exact quote.

My Fields Of Expertise And Areas Of Interest

E-commerce, Marketing, PR and/or market research, Medicine (general), Video games
Architecture, Energy and/or power generation, Environment and/or ecology, Health Care, Hotels

My Education

Belgorod State University
Translation & Linguistics

My Biography and Experience

I'm an English-Russian translator and video game localization specialist from Toronto. I help video game developers, game publishers and localization companies translate their video games into Russian. Here's what my clients say about me:

When I'm not busy helping my clients increase their sales through the power of translation, I try to give back to my beloved profession.

That's why I'm always creating initiatives and side projects that are designed to promote knowledge-sharing within our industry, help those who're just starting out in this profession, and improve the overall image and visibility of all translators.

One of such projects is the first blogging community and a professional social network for translators and for people who're looking for professional translators.

This community is called The Open Mic (you're actually browsing through it right now) and now has more than 3,800 registered members with over 6,000 monthly readers. It has also won a 2016 & 2017 Community Choice award as the Best Website for Translators.

I also co-host a one of the kind weekly talk show for translators called #TranslatorsOnAir where my friend and colleague Elena Tereshchenkova and I interview interesting people from the world of translation and localization while our viewers can participate in the discussion in real time!