Verizon Games on Demand Now Offers More Than 1,000 Ways to Have Fun
Exent-Powered Service Provides Largest Library of any PC Games Subscription Service
Families and game enthusiasts now can choose from more than 1,000 premium games on Verizon’s Games on Demand service, powered by Exent. This makes Verizon Games on Demand (gamesondemand.verizon.net) the largest and most diverse games library of any PC games subscription service. The 1,000th game milestone was reached recently with the availability of iWin’s updated Hasbro-licensed classics “Risk” and “Boggle,” “Poker Superstars III” from Funkitron, and “Cake Mania 2” from Sandlot Games.
“Verizon’s Games on Demand has proven to be a very popular entertainment platform for a broad range of consumers because of the value, choices and convenience it provides,” said Colson Hillier, director of new product development, Verizon Online. “As consumers continue to seek more from their entertainment providers, we believe they’ll increasingly turn to Games on Demand as their preferred way to game.”
Verizon Games on Demand provides casual and intense gamers with an unmatched selection of titles, featuring games from more than 50 top publishers such as Ubisoft, Eidos, Scholastic, ValuSoft and PlayFirst.
The service also provides superior ease of use by allowing gamers to quickly play full versions of PC games without the need to fully download them to their computers. Consumers get a true click-to-play experience that features no installation, auto updates, automatic patching, and hardware and software compatibility verification.
Gamers can enjoy more than 1,000 games with Verizon Games on Demand’s Unlimited package for just $14.99 a month, a considerable savings over the cost of purchasing at retail, where a single title may cost upwards of $60. Verizon also offers a subscription for $4.99 a month aimed at casual gamers, and a $7.99 per month option that includes the casual games plus many popular family titles.
“Everybody wins with Games on Demand,” said Zvi Levgoren, CEO, Exent Technologies. "By offering a high-quality and diverse gaming service, broadband providers can expand their service offerings and increase customer loyalty. And the consumer gets the best value in gaming with access to 1,000 of games for just pennies per title.
“The service also helps enrich the gaming world by giving video game publishers significant exposure to new audiences that may have never visited a video game retail store, or who are not inclined to spend a significant amount for a single game,” Levgoren said.
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