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Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 22 August 2008 16:04

MLBMLBAM is going international...

Cayenne Tech. (CEO Yautian Chen) and MLB Advanced Media LP (MLBAM), announced today that they have signed an online interactive gaming service agreement for the non-exclusive rights to customize Cayenne Tech.'s license to include official Major League Baseball club and league marks and logos, official Major League Baseball club uniform colors and Major League Baseball player rights in its online baseball game, MaguMagu, for the Taiwan territory.

In addition, the new MaguMagu baseball game will also present several Major League Baseball players from Taiwan, including Chien-Ming Wang, Hong-Chih Kuo and Chin-lung Hu, so users can engage with an original and dynamic online baseball game.

To commemorate the new MLB-focused MaguMagu game, Cayenne Tech. will be actively running promotions on the MaguMagu game site from August 14 to September 30, 2008. According the the MLBAM press release, "Users can register to win several prizes, including Notebooks, mp3 Players, PSP and select MLB-licensed merchandise, via an online sweepstakes or by playing games at the MaguMagu site. Cayenne Tech. also plans to offer digital versions of the MLB player cards from the MaguMagu game site."

Yautian Chen, CEO of Cayenne Tech., said, "Now, we have the opportunity to play the ultimate match-ups between Hong-Chih Kuo and A-Rod or Chien-Ming Wang and Manny Ramirez in MaguMagu and we will do the best to make it the premier online baseball game for Taiwan baseball fans."

"We are excited to partner with Cayenne Tech. on the first interactive Internet-based Major League Baseball simulation game for the Taiwan market," said Alex Pigeon, Vice President of International, MLBAM. "Cayenne Tech.'s current MaguMagu online baseball game has a tremendous following and we are looking forward to offering fans in Taiwan an engaging baseball experience with a MLB-focused version of MaguMagu in the Chinese Language."

For more info on the MaguMagu game in Taiwan, visit www.ma9ma9.com.tw.


Source: MLB Advamced Media


Maury Brown

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