Konami Digital Entertainment Co. Ltd. strives to create unique and thrilling products for customers globally through the planning, production, manufacturing and sale of online games, home video games, arcade machines, social media content, card games, mobile phone content, toys and music/video software.
In the cut throat gaming industry, consumers require new and innovative ways to play their content. It seems as though Konami and G-cluster have worked in collaboration to bring us the latest in sports gaming entertainment as G‐cluster Global is to be part of the official release date of Konami’s new title Pro Evolution Soccer 2014.
This famous soccer title will be delivered through the normal channels; online download for PC, and purchased as normal through retailers for hard copy versions for Xbox and PlayStation . This year, however, the Pro Evo game will be delivered via a cloud platform also, from G-Cluster and Orange, who is the largest IPTV provider in Europe, and other G-cluster platform partners. G‐cluster offers to the operators the most deployed cloud gaming service that allows users to play across the TV without the need to buy costly equipment. “G-cluster and Konami push innovation further in Cloud Gaming” said Sevan Kessissian, Senior Vice President of content and strategy at G-cluster.
G-cluster was founded thirteen years ago and is the first and largest cloud gaming platform accessible to more than ten million game players worldwide. G-cluster provides a fully-featured white label service offering casual and AAA games playable over broadband networks, regardless of the devices used to access the service.
G-cluster and Broadmedia also launched The Game Machine in Japan which gives subscribers the ability to play games with a plug and play machine for their TV and home Wi-Fi network, without the need for a gaming console.
The company’s client base includes Broadmedia Corporation, NTT Plala, SFR and Orange, and content partnerships with leading game studios such as Konami, Electronic Arts, Disney, Ubisoft and many more. G‐cluster is headquartered in Tokyo.
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