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Music Video Games signs Rhino Entertainment deal

Warner Music division to provide soundtrack for casual games company

Rhino Entertainment has inked a deal with Music Video Games to provide soundtracks and artists for its range of titles.

Artists on the Warner-owned Rhino label include Black Sabbath, The Ramones, The Monkees and the Doors.

"We are excited to be working with Rhino on the selection of music for our games," said Vincent Bitetti, CEO of Music Video Games.

"This strategic agreement ensures that we will have the high–quality, well known music we need to achieve our goals. Our business model, game mechanics, and immersive, console-like graphics are unique to the market."

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