Ludium Lab and AirConsole have announced a partnership that will see both sides collaborate to increase the accessibility of cloud gaming on Smart TVs, TV set top boxes, and the web. The partnership will have Ludium Lab’s cloud-gaming platform, Sora Stream, enabled to mimic traditional console gaming, with gamers using their smartphone as a controller.
“We are excited about this new partnership with Ludium and their platform Sora Stream as it will allow our game catalog to be played by new audiences on new devices that were previously too weak to run our games,” said Anthony Cliquot, AirConsole’s Chief Operating Officer. “Not only this agreement will excite end users but also strategic partners in the telecom, Tv hardware space, and other cloud gaming companies as we are increasing the accessibility of cloud gaming by allowing users that don’t own gamepads to play on their TVs.”
AirConsole is set to bring their catalog of 100+ games to the Sora Stream platform. Both companies believe this integration between the two brands is the perfect solution to deliver the ultimate gaming experience to their users, and in a much more accessible, streamlined fashion with no restrictions on devices or hardware.
(All information was provided by Cision PR Newswire)
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