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[ October 25th 2004 ]

Eidos, one of the world's leading publishers and developers of entertainment software, announces it has signed an agreement with QUALCOMM, pioneer and world leader of Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) digital wireless technology, to publish games for BREW-enabled mobile phones. Developed by QUALCOMM, the BREW solution is a unique system that supports the very latest in applications and services for wireless handsets, from games to ringtones, to position location and productivity software as well as user interface (UI) support and customization. Eidos plans to launch some of its key brands for BREW-enabled mobile phones, including Tomb Raider and Thief.

Simon Protheroe, Eidos' director of new media and online technologies says: "BREW has helped increase user demand in the wireless gaming industry, and Eidos wants to tap into this rapidly growing marketplace. We look forward to working with QUALCOMM and using the technical and business capabilities of the BREW solution to distribute our major franchises to mobile users around the world."

Mike Yuen, director of BREW developer relations for QUALCOMM Internet Services says: "QUALCOMM is very pleased to have a leading company like Eidos join the growing ranks of high calibre BREW publishers that are providing leading-edge games to mobile users. As one of the industry's premier entertainment software publishers, Eidos offers an impressive portfolio of well-recognized titles for operators that provide BREW-based services."

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