Mobile game publisher GameMine, on Friday, May 11th, announced it secured a deal with Sony Pictures Television (SPT) for the distribution of Sony’s ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?’ mobile game.
GameMine will be distributing the game over its vast international network of mobile service providers.
“Partnering with global entertainment company Sony, represents another milestone reached towards GameMine’s goal to provide the world with the best games available, all add free, and all within a single subscription. We are excited to expand the game’s distribution to an even larger worldwide audience. The alliance between Sony and GameMine is sure to achieve tremendous success for years to come,” said Daniel Starr, founder and CEO of GameMine.
The mobile game is based on SPT’s hit TV game show ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?’ and going forward it will be available to the millions of GameMine subscribers in over 35 countries. The game will be given distributed in line with GameMine’s policy for its entire catalogue of over 1,000 mobile games. They are all fully-unlocked, and Ad-free.
Stephan Zingg, the VP of Distribution at Sony Pictures Entertainment said, “We are excited to bring ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?’ to GameMine’s large international audience of enthusiastic mobile gamers. Being able to simultaneously reach this important audience across so many markets at once is a great benefit, and we look forward to exploring even more opportunities with GameMine.”