signed distribution agreements with 10 game developers and publishers to offer new games on its Real.com gaming Web site.
The Internet media software company, which is based in Seattle, also said
will sponsor several new games for Real.com.
Shares of RealNetworks lately rose 88 cents, or 11.7%, to $8.38 in afternoon trading on the
The company's shares got a boost yesterday after RealNetworks announced that chipmaker
will license its technology for playing audio and video on phones and other mobile devices. Texas Instruments will build RealNetworks' technology into its digital signal processors.