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WWE and Sega team up on WWE Tap Mania mobile game
WWE and Sega announced Thursday that they are now traveling together on the road to WWE Tap Mania, a new mobile game for iOS and Android.
WWE Tap Mania will pit Superstars of past and present alongside players in a battle for supremacy across the WWE Universe, including live in-game showdowns at WrestleMania, SummerSlam and Royal Rumble. The new WWE mobile game will be released on the App Store for iOS and Google Play for Android. The launch of WWE Tap Mania is expected later this year.
This novel partnership with WWE presents a unique opportunity for Sega, whose portfolio of influential games includes the iconic Sonic the Hedgehog series.
“At SEGA, we like to find new ways to bring brands and experiences to a wide mobile gaming audience,” Naoki Kameda, COO of SEGA’s mobile division in the West, said in a press release. “This partnership with WWE presents a fresh opportunity for collaboration. Working with WWE, a monumental leader in global entertainment, along with The Tap Lab, a studio known for crafting action-packed games that are fun at their core, we’re confident that WWE Tap Mania will delight WWE fans worldwide.”