Square Enix and friends in China for the mobile contents
Ikuzo    2004-09-21, 22:17 pm.

Yesterday on 21st September, Square Enix Co., Ltd, Namco Co., Ltd, Sega Co., Ltd and Taito Co., Ltd came upon an agreement for supporting business in providing mobile contents in China.

Square Enix have already established a company called Square Enix Webstar Network Technology (Bejin) Co., Ltd (SEW) in Bejin, and the four companies agreed upon licensing their mobile contents to SEW to expand audience in the continent. In order for SEW to establish its service, they first need to receive approval by the head of technology approval group (@@?). When they're approved, they'll be able to provide its contents through the main stream mobile service provider in China (@@?).

They hope to provide easy and entertaining contents for the chinese market with a ever growing market of mobile contents in the future.

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