Zattikka signs license for Monster Island in Eastern Europe

Sneaky Games, the North America-based development studio of AIM-listed digital entertainment group Zattikka, has licensed the exclusive rights to computer game Monster Island to Moscow-based 101XP for Russian, Polish and Latvian territories.

Sneaky Games, the North America-based development studio of AIM-listed digital entertainment group Zattikka, has licensed the exclusive rights to computer game Monster Island to Moscow-based 101XP for Russian, Polish and Latvian territories.

101XP is an international publisher of game applications for Russian and international gaming platforms such as VKontakte, Odnoklassniki, Nasza Klasa, Facebook and Kongregate.

The deal includes 101XP's translation, integration and operation of the title worldwide via vk.com, odnoklassniki.ru, mail.ru, nasza-klasa pl, draugiem.lv and their affiliate social websites.

Release is planned in the third quarter of 2013.

Mark Opzoomer, Chief Executive Officer of Zattikka commented: "We are delighted to be working with 101XP in order to benefit from the important Russian and Eastern European games market.

"Monster Island was launched last year and is still attracting new users daily. We have continued to improve and develop this product and believe 101XP's market position as a leading publisher in these markets will help broaden the appeal of this excellent IP."

Alex Ruzhentsev Founder and Chief Executive Officer of 101XP said: "We are excited to start this cooperation with Zattikka, and to make their great games available for users of local social networks across Russia and Europe. Our first game is Monster Island, we are currently in process of localising and aim to release the first language version in July."

Zattikka's share price was up 4.88% to 43p at 08:00 on Tuesday.

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