AlienPants Partners with Monstermob for new mobile games website
For Immediate Release
LONDON, 18 April 2006 - AlienPants Ltd. is pleased to announce a partnership with mobile game industry leader Monstermob PLC on the provision of written content for a new mobile game website. AlienPants has appointed community specialist Luke 'Duke' Newcombe as content manager for the new website. Luke will be working to facilitate the evolution of Monstermob's mobile game-related content by providing news, reviews, previews and other written content specifically targeted for the discerning mobile gamer.
The new content will be written exclusively for Monstermob and published on the company's new mobile game website at www.mobgames.tv for web users and wap.mobgames.tv for mobile users. It will specifically target mobile game players by offering visitors mobile game news, in-depth reviews of released titles, previews of forthcoming games and other interesting news and features articles from the mobile world.
"We aim to provide a wide range of mobile games-related content for Monstermob's website visitors", says Luke. "Regular reviews and previews of upcoming games, hints and tips and feature articles about mobiles and mobile games will posted on the new site, offering a wide range of information for mobile game players."
Chris Mayne, Monstermob games channel manager says "The partnership with Alien Pants is an exciting development for us and will really enhance our customers' experience".
AlienPants Ltd. has been providing games-related content for a number of local and international customers, as well as their own games news website services, since 2001. With this new addition to an already esteemed ensemble, AlienPants will further raise the profile within the mobile gaming community of flourishing games service provider, Monstermob (www.monstermobgroup.plc.uk).
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Notes to Editors: AlienPants provides community management and user support services for online communities, as well as providing a wide range of mobile, wireless, WAP and SMS technologies and services. The company's flagship GTIP customer support service is available to publishers and other interested companies to provide live support services to customers. AlienPants also provides written content for games service providers, games news websites, gaming-related magazines and the mobile sector, with clients as diverse as BT Openworld, Prima Publishing, Opera Telecom, Gamezville, T-Mobile, Orange and Mindmatics. For more information about AlienPants and the services provided, visit www.alienpants.com.