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Interactive entertainment network eUniverse says it has agreed to license its content for distribution through Versaly Games' mobile entertainment service. Under the deal, Versaly will offer digital content from eUniverse's sites and e-mail newsletters, including sports trivia and jokes. Los Angeles-based eUniverse has a network of sites such as Flowgo, Madblast, Cupid Junction and Perfect Greeting, a free e-card site launched four months ago. Versaly develops, publishes and distributes digital pictures, interactive games, audio and video clips, and other entertainment using mobile phones.
Roving Software announced Monday it has raised a $5 million third round. VeriSign and previous investors Morgan Stanley Venture Partners, Commonwealth Capital Ventures and Longworth Venture Partners contributed to this latest round. Needham, Mass.-based Roving Software has raised a total of $17.5 million, with the latest round a decline in valuation. The company develops self-service software designed to allow small to medium-sized businesses to e-mail newsletters.