Company enters agreement with four developers to distribute MMOs

Santaro to distribute third-party games

Santaro Interactive Entertainment has entered into agreement with four third-party developers to distribute web-based MMORPGs.

Santaro already launched its own game developed on its proprietary Soul engine, 108 Warriors, in September.

The four MMOs in the agreement, along with the company’s own webgame Heroes of Sango, bring Santaro’s total portfolio to six titles.

All the titles are webgames to be published through the and platforms.

The games named in the agreement are: Fallen Immortals (Guangzhou Mingchao Network Co., Ltd.), Battle of Thousand Heroes (Gamewave Group), New Fantasy City (Funcity Inc.), and Swooned Journey to the West (Guangzhou Jieyou Software Co.Ltd).

Santaro has somehow managed to wrangle at least a 60 percent revenue split on each game, which in some cases can climb as high as 70 percent.

We’re excited about the additions to our game portfolio, and we look forward to expanding the Company’s list of games and network of players in China, as well as internationally," said Santaro chairman and CEO Zhilian Chen.

"We believe our cooperation with third party developers will enhance our ability to achieve significant growth within the online game community."

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