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DoCoMo partners with Line to offer collaborative mobile messaging services in Japan

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Japan’s largest mobile operator DoCoMo has announced a partnership with Line, the mobile messaging app from Japan with more than 150 million registered users, that will see the two offer joint services to DoCoMo customers. Under the agreement, the two companies will develop two bespoke Line-DoCoMo apps. One will cater for...
DoCoMo partners with Line to offer collaborative mobile messaging services in Japan
Scopely announces first five developer partners, adding Double Fine and others to publishing platform

First earnings from messaging service Line show revenue of $58m in Q1 2013; $17m from stickers alone

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Mobile messaging applications might be available for free, but an increase in in-app purchases and other business models has turned the industry into a multi-million dollar one. Proof of that comes as popular Asian message service Line revealed revenue of 5.82 billion yen ($58 million) for the first quarter of 2013. The figures are...
First earnings from messaging service Line show revenue of $58m in Q1 2013; $17m from stickers alone

Mobile messaging service LINE opens new office in Taiwan to help grow its international userbase

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LINE, a cross-platform mobile messaging app with more than 160 million registered users, is doubling its efforts in Taiwan by opening a new office and kicking off a fresh recruitment drive in the region. Cindy Park, Manager of LINE Business Office, was quoted at a promotional event in Taipei by Focus...
Mobile messaging service LINE opens new office in Taiwan to help grow its international userbase
Scopely announces marquee game developers as mobile-platform partners

Scopely partners with five studios for developer network, including Double Fine

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Social mobile entertainment group Scopely today announced the first five partners for its new Developer Network, including Tim Schafer’s Double Fine. The other partners announced includes Big Cave Games, High Line Games, Rocket Jump Games and Zupcat Games. Scopely’s Developer Network is effectively a publishing platform that allows indie gaming studios to develop multiplayer...
Scopely partners with five studios for developer network, including Double Fine

A week after it hit 100m users, Line's top two social games reach 30m cumulative downloads

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It’s well-documented that mobile messaging apps are doing well in Asia and Japan’s Line is one of the most pertinent examples. The service reached 100 million downloads last week and now two of its top games have hit a cumulative 30 million downloads. Matching game Line Pop has reached 20 million...
A week after it hit 100m users, Line's top two social games reach 30m cumulative downloads

Indie Gamer Network Scopely Signs First Round of Studios

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Scopely, the Los Angeles-based social gaming developer network, announced on Thursday the company’s first five independent developer studio partners: Double Fine, Big Cave Games, High Line Games, Rocket Jump Games and ZupCat Games. Led by CEO and co-founder Walter Driver, Scopely aims to better cultivate, develop and distribute releases from...
Indie Gamer Network Scopely Signs First Round of Studios

Mobile messaging service Line's games platform hits 100 million app downloads

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Line, the Japan-made mobile messaging app with more than 100 million registered users, has announced [Google Translate link] that apps on its games platform have crossed 100 million cumulative downloads. Launched in July 2012, Line Game allows users to play games with their friends via the Line app. Once both parties...
Mobile messaging service Line's games platform hits 100 million app downloads
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