ITV licensing deals confirmed

Granada Ventures and partner AT New Media confirm initial deals for top TV brands.
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Gameloft has signed on to develop and publish a mobile game based on cult UK TV show Krypton Factor, while Capcom is to handle the mobile version of quiz show University Challenge.

Separately, Tigerprint will put out compendium board games based on the Bullseye and 321 TV brands, while Bell Fruit will create SWP games for Ant & Dec Saturday Night Takeaway and Coronation Street.

Granada (the consumer products arm of UK broadcaster ITV) and AT New Media say additional deals are under final negotiation for the above and other brands that embrace casual games, IDTV, console and handheld platforms.


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