TSSZ News reports:
‘If SEGA ever hopes to get back on its feet financially, the company has said repeatedly it must focus on publishing to smartphone and mobile platforms. But to do that successfully, SEGA will have to tackle software piracy on the mobile market eating into sales. If remarks coming from the director of one of its subsidiaries today is any indication, there’s a long way to go, at least on one platform.
“Seeing as people pleaded with us to get Football Manager Handheld onto Android, I’m amazed at how pirated it is,” Sports Interactive director Miles Jacobson Tweeted today, adding that the Football Manager Handheld release on the platform has just crossed 10,000 sold.’