History has it that the first digital game development came in in the 1970s where personal computers and the game consoles would be used for The International Arcade Museum 1995. This was a big opportunity to the gaming industry as game publishers would easily revise as well as update games. While working on relatively large projects, Aslan (2016) asserted that online gaming world would call for such significant components like project management. This component is deemed critical during the development phase due to the fact the project manager would be engaged in planning, managing, execution and allocation of the necessary resources. When there is an effective manager, it becomes obvious that the development process would turn productive especially where teamwork is involved. The author confirmed the fact that the most critical issues that game companies face in the current era can be linked to project management. However, additional issues, which may not be delinked from game development process, include the entire scope of team management. In most cases, the software development teams are largely dispersed and this is likely to introduce the communication challenge and equally dismantle the team culture.