Disney has acquired Finnish startup Rocket Pack as the Mouse House refocuses its interactive group to produce games for social networks and mobile phones.
Disney is swinging the axe at its gaming arm, cutting a substantial number of positions as it transitions from being a packaged goods company to a player in the growing digital videogame space.
Graham Hopper, who has guided Disney's gaming division for the past eight years, is leaving the company.
Steven Wadsworth has unexpectedly ankled as president of Disney Interactive Media Group.
Disney's taste for social gaming could be bigger than many people first believed.
UMG has released "Six-String," a new iPhone app that hopes to challenge the slew of rhythm games on the platform.
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