Nokia has signed a mutual support agreement with the Korea Game Development and Promotion Institute (KGDI) for the development and deployment of digital content from South Korea.
The deal will give Nokia access to the mobile game technologies and content being developed with the KGDI. Both parties will conduct technical forums, share market information and provide Korean game developers with the latest wireless equipment.
KGDI is a government agency set up with the view to make digital games a key industry for Korea. The institute operates a game academy that develops skills and a research center that undertakes research and development.