Oberon Media has announced it has bought mobile game developer Blaze.
Blaze will provide Oberon with a dynamic portfolio of single player, multiplayer, and 3D mobile games such as: "The Da Vinci Code", VH1 Mobile's "I know the 80s", the highly rated Rally Pro, MTV Europe Music Awards 2006 Quiz and casual game hit licenses such as Slingo-2-Go and Poker Superstars Invitational Tournament The new combined entity will offer mobile operators a strong full-service casual games offering with mobile, web, and downloadable PC games. Examples from the new games portfolio include casual hit games like Bricks of Egypt and Magic Match.
"Oberon is thrilled to welcome Blaze with its extensive relationships and distribution partners into the Oberon family. Blaze experience will help us to scale and execute our strategy to provide the best casual games experience across multiple platforms"
"Oberon is committed to growing the mobile casual games category. Over the past year we have been developing great games, innovative platforms to boost sales and grow mobile casual gamer communities. We look forward to work with our new partners on expanding their reach and offering to consumers", says Ofer Leidner, Co-Founder and Head of Business Development for Oberon.