Nokia and Sega have signed a deal to provide games for Nokia's new mobile gaming deck.
The move is part of a rush to provide games content for mobile phones, which is widely seen as a way of stimulating the industry.
Sega said that it will develop games for the Nokia N-Gage mobile game deck that will run on the Nokia Series 60 platform and the Symbian operating system. The games will be available separately on memory cards.
Ilkka Raiskinen, senior vice president at Nokia, said in a statement that the company sees mobile games as the next big thing.
"The mobile game deck devices take us to a new level of mobile interactive gaming, offering totally new and unique possibilities that were not previously available," he explained.
Tetsu Kayama, chief operating officer at Sega, added that providing mobile content would create a new genre of mobile games.
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