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Lego Angry Birds toys to take flight in 2016

The two companies will develop a line of construction toys, which will be available in spring 2016 to coincide with the release of ‘The Angry Birds Movie’, a full-length feature film based on the popular gaming franchise.

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Bee7, Vserv join forces to solve games monetization challenges in India, SE Asia

Until now, monetization in India and Southeast Asia has been notoriously difficult due to weak payment infrastructure and low credit card usage, which makes paying for games or in app purchases practically impossible.

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Reliance Entertainment Digital partners with Personagraph to drive value for game developers, advertisers

World Wide open and Personagraph launches a Private Marketplace (PMP) for Mobile Developers in India.

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Rovio's Angry Birds takes flight with Global Eagle Entertainment

Global Eagle Entertainment (GEE) Inc has partnered with Rovio Entertainment to provide the casual mobile gaming franchise Angry Birds, to airlines as inflight entertainment content.

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Turner Broadcasting partners Sony for PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue offers live and on-demand TV content over the Internet and is available beginning today in New York, Chicago and Philadelphia, starting at $49.99 per month.

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