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Zapak launches subscription gaming service, Zapak Plus

11-July-2011
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Zapak launches subscription gaming service, Zapak Plus

Gaming portal Zapak.com has announced the launch of Zapak Plus, its subscription gaming service in the country. The new service will allow users to play 120 full version PC games for a monthly/ quarterly subscription for unlimited playtime per game during the defined period.

The service includes games from publishers such as Codemasters, Focus Home Interactive, MumboJumbo, Absolutist, iWin and so on, and games such as Dirt 2, Ashes 2009, Flat Out, Luxor, Sherlock Holmes, Jewel Quest, Mysterious City – Cairo and many more.

Commenting on the launch of Zapak Plus, Rohit Sharma, Chief Executive Officer, Reliance Entertainment (Digital Business), said, “Zapak Plus offers an opportunity to millions of gamers to experience some of the biggest titles in PC gaming at less than Re 1 per month at the comfort of their homes. Zapak now becomes a destination not only for flash games, but for PC games as well. Gamers who hitherto had access only to highly priced gaming DVDs or poor quality pirated game DVDs can subscribe to Zapak Plus and enjoy good quality full version PC games at affordable rates.”

“This offering will continue to add world class content on regular basis to give the very best to the gamers. Zapak Plus has received an overwhelming response from the 8-million strong Zapak community in the last three days through pre-booking before the official launch of the service and bookings are ramping up on day to day basis, facilitated by extensive cash collection network set up by Zapak Plus across 50 cities,” he added.

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