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Lionsgate films licensed to Steam platform

Tuesday 26 April 2016 | 22:22 CET | News
Global content provider Lionsgate has agreed to license films to the Steam digital distribution platform of Valve Corporation. Lionsgate is one of the first major film studios to make its content available via Steam. The deal reflects Lionsgate's commitment to monetise its content across a wide range of digital platforms. The partnership will launch with over 100 Lionsgate feature films available to Steam customers, including movies from the Hunger Games, Twilight, Saw and Divergent franchises. More titles will be added as the partnership continues to expand worldwide. Steam has over 125

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