CMGE and Disney Partner Up to Bring Temple Run and Where’s My Water to Chinese Phones
Enricko Lukman | On November 13, 2012 at 7:43 pm
China Mobile Games and Entertainment Group (NASDAQ:CMGE) has announced today that the company has signed an agreement with Walt Disney’s (NYSE:DIS) China branch. The partnership will see CMGE bringing two of Disney’s mobile games, Temple Run: Brave and Where’s My Water?, onto Chinese handsets. The revenue generated from the two games will be shared by both companies.
The two hit games will be pre-installed on various Android smartphones and made available through a number of websites. Where’s My Water? will also be pre-installed on feature phones and CMGE’s feature phone gaming platform Aiwan. This will happen as early as this month.
Looking at its iOS versions of these two games on AppAnnie.com , Temple Run: Brave is very popular in China, ranking 10th in the games category, while Where’s My Water? is positioned fifth in the country.
Coincidentally, it was in March of this year that Apple’s 25 billionth app was downloaded, and the lucky girl who downloaded the app won a $10,000 iTunes gift card as a result. The app? Where’s My Water?. And the girl was from Qingdao, China.
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