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SFR adds six titles to cloud gaming service

Friday 4 May 2012 | 09:48 CET | News
French operator SFR, which claims to be the first operator in Europe to have deployed on-demand video games in "cloud gaming" mode, has introduced six new titles from Disney and Ubisoft for its ADSL and fibre customers. The AAA or Premium games are console-quality products published by major companies. SFR now offers around 100 video games through the cloud gaming service patented by Japan's G-Cluster. The latest titles comprise three games from Disney, "LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean", "Split Second Velocity", and "Toy Story 3", and three from Ubisoft, "Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands",

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Disney / G-Cluster / SFR / Ubisoft
Countries: France
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