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Synergenix enters South American markets

Samba Tech handling Brazilian distribution

Synergenix has announced its intention to distribute its portfolio of advanced 3D mobile games in South America following the signing of a new agreement with Brazilian mobile aggregator, Samba Tech.

The mobile games and entertainment publisher, a wholly owned subsidiary of Kayak Interactive, has an existing distribution network spanning more than 60 carriers and partners in Europe, North and South America, and Asia.

The two companies publish an extensive portfolio of mobile entertainment content, including a number of mobile versions of PC and console products from various major videogame publishers.

Under the terms of the new agreement with Samba Tech, the Brazilian mobile aggregator will distribute Synergenix titles on GSM and 3G networks to all of the main operators in Brazil. Confirmed titles include mobile versions of SCi's Conflict series; Conflict: Vietnam, Conflict: Desert Storm, and Conflict: Global Storm, Guinness World Records quiz game, PMGA Minigolf and the mobile versions of Carmageddon and Total Overdose.

Synergenix CEO, Martin Forsling, commented: "Samba Tech's established network in Brazil is of great value to Synergenix and offers a broad distribution of our games on the Brazilian market. Samba Tech is an important mobile aggregator and we're looking forward to cooperating with them."

The first mobile aggregator to distribute mobile games in Brazil, Samba Tech places its products with all GSM operators in the country, in addition to leveraging its network of partners throughout South America and in more than 37 countries around the world.

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