Case study: How Deutsche Telekom brought its brand purpose to life through mobile gaming

Mobile gaming is hot news at the moment as the Pokemon Go frenzy reaches fever pitch. While it may not have generated similar levels of hype, Deutsche Telekom's game "Sea Hero Quest" has captured the imagination of both casual gamers and "emotional philanthropist" consumers.

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