Emerge Gaming Limited (ASX: EM1) is pleased to announce its strategic roadmap for the distribution of Cloudzen Pte Ltd’s (“Cloudzen”) revolutionary game streaming technology ‘GameCloud’.
GameCloud is regarded as the “Netflix of Gaming” as it offers simple and instant streaming of hundreds of high-quality 3D games for mobile devices, allowing multiplayer gaming, video streaming and social networking.
Greg Stevens, Emerge Gaming’s CEO commented: “I’m confident and excited about the launch in the markets we have agreed, as this revolutionary technology will set the stage for innovation in the gaming/esports space.”
Cloudzen recently showcased with its exclusive technology partner, Cloudzen Pte Ltd, its innovative Game Cloud streaming technology at the 5G Garage Centre in Singapore. The successful demonstration validates the robustness and capability of the CloudZen GameCloud technology. The demonstration was with Singtel, Asia’s leading telecommunications group and owner of Optus Australia.
Emerge Gaming is in discussions with various telcos and expects imminent engagements in the near term aimed to bolster the launch of GameCloud in its global regions.
GameCloud Technology – “Netflix of Gaming”
Key features of the enhanced user experience for GameCloud include:
- Interactive social group and in-game chat functionality
- Ability to stream directly to Twitch from mobile devices
- Interactive eSports streaming functionality
- Offer video game, movies and live entertainment streaming
- Overlay of eCommerce and advertising in stream functionality
- Streams of 4G networks
- Compatible with all video games
- Accessible on mid-level smart devices
Initial Regions Earmarked for Strategic Roll Out Strategy
South Africa, United States of America, United Kingdom, South America, Africa, India and Australia are regions granted to Emerge Gaming by Cloudzen under the exclusive global distribution agreement. Roll out will be conducted in these regions during the periods allocated, which is aligned with Emerge Gaming’s existing roll out strategy for its Arcade X technology.