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Vestel and Exent announce partnership to bring hit Android games to TVs worldwide at IBC 2011. You could call it Google’s backdoor assault on the game console business and the game consoles will get a run for their money from the casual games available on Exent’s GameTanium subscription service. It is one more sign that the barriers between different sectors of the games business are being knocked down and the result could be disruption or at least an erosion of the traditional game console business, and games could spread to still another platform……………….

 

Exent and consumer electronics provider Vestel partnered to bring top mobile games to the living room with the launch of the world’s first all-you-can-eat Android TV game subscription service. As the Games on Demand provider for the Vestel Smart Box Set-Top Box (STB), Exent will bring consumers the best of Android games fully optimized and for the first time ever on the TV. GameTanium on the Vestel Smart Box represents a giant leap forward in casual gaming for TV, capitalizing on the continued migration of STBs from Linux to Android-based operating systems, which has paved the way for seamless distribution of gaming and other rich-media content across multiple, previously incompatible devices. With today’s announcement, all the benefits of smartphone gaming interfaces – including touch, drag and accelerometer functionality – have been combined with GameTanium‘s top-quality gaming experience and extensive Android catalog to deliver TV gaming like never before. “Consumers today want more entertainment options at home and we’ve found that gaming alongside video and music services are among the most popular requests,” said Hakan Kutlu, Deputy General Manager responsible for marketing, Vestel. “With the flexibility of the GameTanium platform and Exent’s years of experience with content programming and distribution, Exent was the clear choice to power our Games on Demand offering for operators. By integrating GameTanium within our entertainment offerings, we are thrilled to be the first to bring the best of Android gaming to TVs worldwide.”

 

By partnering with Exent, Vestel‘s operator customers will benefit from GameTanium‘s sophisticated content programming and cutting-edge technology platform, ensuring its extensive catalog of Android titles are optimized for game play on TV. GameTanium is the only Games on Demand service that allows operators to extend their brand, entertainment offerings and subscriber engagement to new screens like mobile and TV, increasing average revenue per user (ARPU) and strengthening brand loyalty and retention. “Exent’s vision is to provide consumers with the greatest gaming experience, anywhere they wish to be entertained. Expanding our Built with GameTanium offering from PCs, smartphones and tablets to the next generation of TV set-top boxes is an important milestone in fulfilling our play anywhere vision,” said Zvi Levgoren, CEO, Exent. “Vestel is a great partner and we look forward to working with them to bring the greatest Android mobile hits to the living room while assuring the best user entertainment experience.” Coming soon, GameTanium will deliver the experience that gamers have only dreamt about, by connecting these supported devices in an unprecedented all-you-can-eat subscription across multiple platforms. Gamers will be able to seamlessly switch between their phone, PC, tablet and TV with uninterrupted access to their games, scores, and levels.

 

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  On September 9, 2011(2 years, 7 months ago.)
  • anonymous

    ASIANS CAN ACTUALLY READ MINDS!!!!!!!!!!!!
    they can hear, and see what your visually thinking
    this is the complete truth

    the reason alot of asians have completely expressionless faces, only associate with asians and dont associate with non asians very much is to avoid accidentally revealing that they can read read minds, if all over a billion asians were to show facial expressions all the time just as much as non asians, associate with non asians much more, and be much more friendly and talkative, then alot of them might accidentally reveal that they can read minds by accidentally showing a facial expression or dirty look when someone thinks, or visually pictures something in their mind they dont like or find astonishing or funny, and if they were all to associate with non asians alot more there would be alot more people around for them to accidentally show facial expressions when those other people think things they dont like, so they only associate with asians so there wont be anyone around for them to see that and have any accidents happen in the first place

    think about it, its not normal how alot of them act, and the entire way they act is all to hide their mind reading abilities, it makes perfect sense to do all of that to hide that they can read minds, because all of that is the perfect way to do it!
    every single asian on the planet is hiding their mind reading abilities, they will lie about having mind reading abilities forever!
    because they value hiding their mind reading abilities more then their own lives!
    thats why nobody knows about it!

    try thinking, best yet visually picturing in your mind something something absolutely crazy as you possibly can when you are around asians, and try looking for asians who give people particular looks, especially dirty looks for what appears to be for completely no reason, that is them giving people looks when they hear and visually see someone thinking something they dont like, find funny or astonishing
    it still happens despite a large number of them having completely expressionless faces all the time, it would just happen alot more if none of them had completely expressionless faces all the time, its not uncommon!

    i know this sounds crazy, impossible, and completely unbelievable, BUT IT ISNT CRAZY WHEN ITS TRUE

    the reason you think this truly is crazy, impossible and unbelieveable is because our society has propagandized people into believing that nothing extra ordinary is real and that is really is impossible, and that its crazy to think that its true that people can read minds, all just to cover up that asians can read minds! who says that cant exist? the people who have mind reading abilities who are trying to cover it up!

    you have to spread the message!!!
    the world has to know about this!!!!


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