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Konami e G‐cluster anunciam parceria estratégica para jogos na nuvem

A G‐cluster Global e a Konami estão orgulhosas de anunciar hoje sua parceria em jogos na nuvem. Os primeiros jogos da Konami Games estarão disponíveis na plataforma da G‐cluster, aproximadamente a partir de abril de 2013.

A G‐cluster oferece às operadoras a plataforma mais implantada de jogos na nuvem, com a qual os usuários podem jogar pelo televisor e em vários aparelhos móveis. A G‐cluster transforma o televisor instantaneamente no equivalente a um console de jogos, sem precisar comprar hardwares dispendiosos.

“A Konami é uma das editoras mais respeitadas e talentosas do mundo. O fator de que ela tenha se associado à nossa plataforma é uma honra muito grande e uma notícia fantástica para nós e nossos sócios operacionais no mundo todo”, disse Sevan Kessissian, vice-presidente sênior de conteúdo e estratégia da G‐cluster.

Konami e G‐cluster apresentarão os primeiros títulos da linha num futuro próximo

A Konami está usando o SDK da G‐cluster para fornecer aos usuários finais as melhores versões otimizadas para a nuvem.

O conteúdo de SDK da G‐cluster está sendo usado atualmente por vários dos maiores estúdios de jogos independentes.

A plataforma de jogos na nuvem da G‐cluster continua sua expansão

Depois da Ubisoft, Disney e Warner Bros, a Konami passa a fazer parte dos mais de 35 principais estúdios de jogos distribuídos na plataforma de jogos na nuvem da G‐cluster.

Com a expansão dos serviços da G‐cluster, as empresas de videogames poderão atingir mais de 10 milhões de lares em 2013. A plataforma da G‐cluster representa uma nova grande oportunidade de receita para os estúdios de jogos e operadoras de telecomunicações.

Os serviços de jogos na nuvem da G‐cluster estão criando novos fluxos de receitas para portadoras e prestadoras de serviços de Internet, aumentando sua receita média por unidade (ARPU - Average Revenue Per Unit) graças ao aprimoramento da fidelização dos clientes e justificando sua utilização de banda larga, como fibra ótica ou LTE.

Sobre a G‐cluster Global Corporation

Fundada no ano 2000, a G‐cluster é a primeira e maior plataforma de jogos na nuvem, acessível para mais de oito milhões de jogadores no mundo todo. A G‐cluster fornece um serviço genérico com todos os recursos, oferecendo jogos AAA que podem ser jogados através de redes de banda larga, independentemente do equipamento usado para acessar o serviço.

Entre a carteira de clientes da empresa estão a Broadmedia Corporation, SFR e Orange, além de parcerias de conteúdos com os principais estúdios de jogos, como a Disney e Ubisoft. A G‐cluster está sediada em Tóquio e possui escritórios em Pittsburgh, PA; Espoo, na Finlândia, e em Paris. Para mais informações, visite o site <http://www.gcluster.com/> ou siga a G‐cluster no Twitter @GclusterGlobal.

Sobre a Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd.

A Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd. se esforça para criar produtos exclusivos e emocionantes para clientes no mundo todo através de planejamento, produção, fabricação e venda de software para conteúdo de mídia social, jogos online , jogos de vídeo domésticos, máquinas arcade, jogos de cartão, conteúdo de telefonia móvel, brinquedos, música e vídeo.

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