AT&T and Open Feint announced at CES that they would be partnering, and offered up a SDK for interested developers. Now they have announced the details of what they were cooking up, and present the Open Feint Game Channel for Android. Open Feint games are already popular among Android users, and the cross-platform game network has over 15,000 application developers using the service. With the Open Feint Game Channel, AT&T hopes to bring an enhanced experience to their customers and offers tools to help draw new developers to the service. Apple's Game Center is a lofty target, but AT&T makes it clear they have it in their sights. It's nice to see AT&T showing a commitment to Android -- too bad it took losing iPhone exclusivity to make it happen. Read the full press release after the break.
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