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KLab signs licensing agreement with Fox to develop mobile game based on ‘Glee’ TV show
MUMBAI: Japanese mobile online games developer KLab has announced their licensing agreement with Fox Digital Entertainment to develop a mobile game based on the Fox television series ‘Glee’.
The game will be released in the first half of 2015 on iOS and Android.
KLab will produce a free-to-play rhythm game featuring characters and songs from the musical comedy series.
KLab CEO Tetsuya Sanada said, “KLab has been publishing games aggressively in the global market since 2012 and focusing on A-class IP acquisition. We’re extremely excited to announce our partnership with Fox Digital Entertainment. Glee is an attractive IP to make a global game with its popularity, die-hard fans, and community.”
Fox Digital Entertainment senior VP mobile Rick Phillips said, “Our goal is to celebrate Glee’s phenomenal legacy with a game that will entertain Gleeks the world-over for a long time to come. Partnering with KLab to develop a character-based, music-driven game is a natural fit and we couldn’t be more excited.”