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Gameloft Partners with Sprint to Launch 3D Games

Gameloft has partnered with Sprint to launch a trio of award-winning 3D games to Sprint customers. Gamelofts slate of hit titles includes REAL SOCCER 3D, MIDNIGHT BOWLING 3D and MIDNIGHT POOL 3D.

The games are part of Gamelofts expanding catalog of original licenses and strong 3D offerings. The company upholds its commitment to 3D by continuing to provide consumers with the latest selection of enhanced high definition games. 3D, with an increase in file size, allows for realistic, immersive gameplay.

Were excited to present Sprint subscribers with our award-winning 3D games, said Gonzague de Vallois, vp of Publishing, Gameloft. These are some of the best games from our catalog and Im confident that Sprint customers will enjoy playing them as much as we enjoyed making them.

As a leader in mobile innovation, Gameloft consistently proves that they develop some of the top games in the industry, said Joe Ariganello, general manager of Games for Sprint. These 3D games will add great value to the assortment we offer our subscribers.

Gameloft (www.gameloft.com) is a leading international publisher and developer of videogames for mobile phones. Founded in 1999, it has emerged as one of the top innovators in its field. The company creates games for mobile handsets equipped with Java, Brew or Symbian technology.

Thanks to partnership agreements with leading licensors and personalities such as Ubisoft Ent., Universal Pictures, Touchstone Television, Viacom, Sony Pictures, FifPro, Paris Hilton Ent., Lamborghini, Derek Jeter, Reggie Bush, Vijay Singh, Andrei Schevchenko and Djibril Cissé, Gameloft has formed strong relationships with international brands. In addition to the partnerships, Gameloft owns and operates such brands as Block Breaker Deluxe, Asphalt: Urban GT and New York Nights. Gameloft has worldwide offices in New York, San Francisco, Montreal, Mexico, Buenos Aires, Paris, London, Düsseldorf, Milan, Madrid, New Delhi, Seoul, Hong Kong, Beijing and Tokyo.

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