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Wednesday, August 20, 2003
SafeDisc protects new game by L.S.P


Macrovision Corporation announced that L.S.P. (formerly Light and Shadow Productions) has licensed SafeDisc® for its new game, “Rebels: Prison Escape”.

L.S.P. is a publisher of video games and interactive products based in France. Founded in 1999, L.S.P. has quickly established itself as one of the leading independent publishing houses working with some of the largest film entertainment companies including Warner Bros, Sony Pictures and Dreamworks SKG. L.S.P. is now concentrating on original properties for the PC and console market and has already sold more than 3 million units worldwide.


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