SFR to trial TV-based video game service - report

Thursday 12 November 2009 | 11:13 CET | News
French quad-play operator SFR will launch a beta test of a TV-based video game service in the middle of December, reports Degroup News, citing the Neufbox TV forum. SFR will send its testers a wireless controller that works directly with the neufbox set-top box to test the service to be called "Jeux a la demande" (on-demand games). The offer is expected to feature thinking games, children's games and sports games.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: SFR
Countries: France
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