DiGi to launch Nokia's 'massive' multiplayer mobile game

Tuesday 24 January 2006 | 10:12 CET | News
Malaysian mobile operator DiGi has formed a partnership with Nokia to provide a mobile massively multiplayer online game (3MOG), a game allowing thousands of players to interact and play at once, over mobiles or PCs. Nokia will be providing the technology and content, the game HinterWars developed by its partner Activate. DiGi plans to launch road shows across the country to introduce 3MOG to customers. From next month, HinterWars will start a beta stage with 1,200 users, with the game going live for all DiGi customers from March.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Digi / Nokia
Countries: Malaysia
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