WildTangent, Lenovo Strike Deal

Lee, Michael
September 2008
Red Herring;9/11/2008, p11
Trade Publication
The article reports on the agreement of WildTangent and Lenovo for the WildTangent Orb game console to come installed on IdeaPad notebooks and IdeaCentre desktop personal computers (PCs). Such console will be pre-installed on the computers along with games from developers such as PopCap, PlayFirst, Eidos, Sierra, and THQ. WildTangent has games with Sponsored Sessions, which allows games that are sponsored by advertisers to be played without charge.


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