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Telcogames signs distribution deal with Ojom

Telcogames Germany has reached an agreement with mobile content publisher Ojom to distribute its games via more than 400 channels around the globe, including major mobile networks.

Ojom's catalogue includes titles such as The Crow, Sportschau and Duke Nukem, along with Attack of the Killer Virus - one of the first mobile games to incorporate handset camera functionality into gameplay.

The company also recently signed deals with Sony Pictures Digital and Universal Studios Licensing to bring brands such as Men In Black, E.T., Back to the Future, The Big Lebowski and Starship Troopers to mobile phones.

"The growth of the mobile entertainment market in the past twelve months has been staggering. Now mobile gamers can find the latest titles through print advertising and the Internet as well as through their mobile carrier," said Ojom general manager Thomas Brockhage.

"The agreement with Telcogames will help ensure that end users all around the world can play Ojom games, no matter where they are or which network they use."

Telcogames CEO Jamie Conyngham commented: "The quality of Ojom's titles and licenses speak for themselves.

"Ojom's roadmap of titles including their branded portfolio which contains properties with unparalleled name recognition is very exciting, as is their ability to support a very wide range of handsets globally - irrespective of the underlying technology."

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