NDS acquires Danish game design company ITE

NDS’s capability to provide interactive games on multiple platforms enhanced - Acquisition includes extensive library of games for multiple devices

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NDS, the leading provider of technology solutions for digital payTV, today announced the acquisition of Danish game design and publication company ITE.

ITE is a highly innovative games design and development company which has a successful track record of publishing games on a wide range of gaming platforms including the Sony Playstation 2 and Nintendo Gameboy, as well as providing exciting new technology solutions to broadcasters that enable viewers to interact directly with programs through various devices in order to drive channel loyalty and ratings. ITE also has an extensive library of proven game titles for consoles, mobiles and PCs and a compelling range of new interactive television technology. The company’s success is based on the considerable experience and indepth game knowledge of its designers and developers.

NDS Denmark Managing Director, Jesper Knutsson commented: “NDS constantly seeks to enrich its offering to customers and ITE is an established leader in the games development and publication arena that fully compliments our existing, high quality interactive TV games proposition. The acquisition further enhances the ability of NDS to offer its existing portfolio of leading content owners and multinational broadcasters world leading interactive games solutions across a wider range of platforms, as well as opening up new opportunities in other, highgrowth interactive gaming markets.”
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