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Sony initiates PlayStation Mobile Developer Programme

PlayStation Mobile
Daniel Gumble

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Devices / Sony / November 20th 2012 at 4:32PM

More developers can now create dedicated content for PlayStation Certified devices.

In a move to bolster its presence on open operating system-based devices through PlayStation Mobile, SCE (Sony Computer Entertainment) has initiated the PlayStation Mobile Developer Programme, including the official version of the PlayStation Mobile SDK.

The new initiative will aim to allow a wider range of developers to create dedicated content for PlayStation Mobile, as it rolls out across Japan, United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Australia.

Developers will also be able to easily distribute their content via the PlayStation Store on a commercial basis and market their games to gamers with PlayStation Certified devices and PlayStation Vista. The license agreement fee is reported to be at 7,980 yen annually.

Meanwhile, in addition to the technical support provided by SCE via the developers’ forum, whereby developers are able to exchange information, the will also be able to continue to develop content created with the open beta version.

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