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Motorola Mobility Ventures Invests In Android Publisher, Moblyng

Motorola Mobility Ventures, the investment arm of the recently created Motorola Mobility has announced that they are making an equity investment in Moblyng, a worldwide publisher of mobile games.

Moblyng is a leading publisher of games in the mobile space with a specialty in HTML-5. Some of their Android titles include the ever so popular Sorority Life, Mobsters, M: Poker, Dungeon Quest, M: Mafia, and M Racing all of these cross platform titles are also Android titles.

“Motorola Mobility Ventures seeks out the most innovative and promising new companies in which to invest, and we found a strong synergy between our vision for the future of mobile and Moblyng’s strategic direction,” said Harshul Sanghi, managing director of Motorola Mobility Ventures. “Moblyng was an early adopter of Android and is an industry leader in using HTML5 to bring cross-platform social gaming experiences to mobile devices. We look forward to accelerating the realization of their vision.”

“As an early Android developer, Moblyng is very excited to work with Motorola Mobility, the leading Android smartphone and tablet provider,” said Stewart Putney, chief executive officer and founder of Moblyng. “We look forward to working together to bring exciting social gaming experiences to Motorola Mobility’s devices.”

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There is a lot of news coming out of the mobile gaming space today because of the Game Developer’s Conference going on in California.

This move by Motorola Mobility is an interesting move as more hardware companies are investing, purchasing or partnering with developers.  The latest, Qualcomm, announced Tuesday that they were teaming with GameLoft to ensure game compatibility.  Motorola Mobility could be seeking maximum optimization as well with Moblyng games as well as have a direct channel via pre-installed apps, to get Moblyng games onto more phones.

Source: Motorola Mobility

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