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MySpace, already a leading online provider of music and video, is beefing up its presence in another sector of entertainment -- games -- through a deal with Oberon Media Inc.
The online social network, a unit of News Corp., announced a plan to create a destination for games on the site through a deal with New York-based Oberon, a closely held company that distributes games to a variety of high-profile online partners. The games section on MySpace, due to be launched in January, will feature hundreds of free "casual" games -- easy-to-play titles that are part of the fastest growing sector of the games industry.
MySpace Goes for Games [online.wsj.com]