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Friday, May 11, 2012
MediaTek In Partnership with Mobile Gaming Giant Gameloft


Fabless semiconductor company MediaTek today announced a global strategic partnership with mobile gaming giant Gameloft.

Through this partnership, Gameloft will fully support a wide range of gaming applications available on MediaTek's feature and smartphone platform solutions. Gameloft has also begun to allocate dedicated R&D team and resource for the development of games that will run on MediaTek's mobile phone platforms.

MediaTek announced that its newest single chip solution, the MT6255, which will come pre-loaded with Asphalt 6: Adrenaline, Gameloft's most popular racing game to date, as well as trial versions of three other best selling games, Block Breaker 3, Assassin's Creed Revelations, and Brain Challenge 3: Think Again! -- all at no extra cost to manufacturers. Besides, Gameloft has already begun to funnel resources and game development teams in France, Vietnam, and China to create games that will run on MediaTek powered mobile platforms.


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