Com2us, SBS Contents Hub uniteMobile game company Com2us and its affiliate Day7 signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with SBS Contents Hub to share their gaming and drama intellectual property (IP) to create new content on Thursday.
Day7 will be developing games with stories based on drama series owned by SBS Contents Hub, and Com2us will be distributing the gaming service globally.
The games created by Day7 will also be adapted into dramas or web drama series by SBS Contents Hub.
“We will be releasing a variety of content in the global market,” an official from Com2us said.
“With IP from Day7 and SBS Contents Hub added atop know-how on global publishing from Com2us, we are confident that we’ll be able to bring forward competitive content [to the market].”
By Lee Jae-lim
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