|2000||January||KONAMI became the first Japanese company to enter the world’s largest gaming machines market of the US.|
|March||The Kozuki Foundation for Higher Education established the Kozuki Foundation for Advanced Information Technology (approved by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) to which Kagemasa Kozuki was inaugurated as Executive Director (the social contribution activities were expanded on a nationwide scale).|
|June||Konami Software Shanghai, Inc. was established in China.|
|July||The corporate name was changed from KONAMI CO., LTD. to KONAMI CORPORATION.|
|November||KONAMI announced a new type of financial product called "Game Fund Tokimeki Memorial".|
|2001||February||PEOPLE CO., LTD. became a subsidiary through a friendly TOB (take over bid) (currently Konami Sports & Life Co., Ltd.), and KONAMI entered the Health & Fitness business.|
|August||Acquired capital in Hudson Soft Company, Limited, making it an affiliated company.|
KONAMI donated the Konami Multimedia Hall to Osaka Electro-Communication University (Neyagawa, Osaka).
|October||KONAMI entered the toy candy business.|
|2002||February||KONAMI entered the Xbox game business.|
|March||KONAMI launched e-AMUSEMENT (online service for arcade machines).|
|April||The names of KONAMI's sports facilities were changed to Konami Sports Club.|
Headquarters was transferred to 2-4-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.
KONAMI was listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
|2003||March||Kozuki Foundation for Education established Kozuki Foundation for Sports and Athletes (approved by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) to which Kagemasa Kozuki was inaugurated as Executive Director (supported athletes and expanded social contribution activities focused on the promotion of sports).|
KONAMI introduced a new logo on the occasion of the 30th anniversary since the establishment of the company.
|The newly developed EZ training machine series was installed at Konami Sports Clubs nationwide.|
|October||KONAMI was added to the Nikkei Stock Average (Nikkei 225).|
|2004||September||AEDs (Automated External Defibrillator) were installed at every Konami Sports Club.|