Thu, Jun 21, 2012 | 10:09 BST
Video game industry veterans Gareth and Martin Edmondson have struck a deal that will enable their mobile games company, Thumbstar, to distribute games in China, whilst protecting IP copyright.
Posted in: Android, China, Mobile, Platform holders, Ubisoft, Windows Phone 8, iOS
Tags: blackberry, china telecom, Gareth Edmondson, Martin Edmondson, reflections, Ubisoft Reflections, viva red limited
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