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Indiagames to provide ‘Games on Demand’ service for Sify with MMORPG A3

09-February-2007
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Indiagames to provide ‘Games on Demand’ service for Sify with MMORPG A3

Indiagames and Sify have come together for the launch of the Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG) on Indiagames’ ‘Games on Demand’ service. A3 (which stands for Art, Alive and Attraction) is a fantasy action and adventure game, reportedly played by over four million gamers worldwide.

Commenting on the tie-up, Vishal Gondal, CEO, Indiagames, said, “Our Games on Demand service caters to gamers of all skill sets and offers a huge value proposition, both in terms of price and catalogue content. Including MMORPG games like ‘A3’ in the catalogue is a logical progression towards further enhancing consumer value.”

He further said that the company was in talks with other MMORPG game publishers and would soon be including a couple of other MMORPG games on the Games on Demand catalogue.

Speaking about this initiative, Pijush Kanti Das, President, Access Media, Sify Ltd, said, “We are happy to partner with Indiagames and are all set to take the online gaming industry to an all new dimension. Also, we are confident that this partnership would be a great platform for the existing gaming community to enhance their skills in advance MMORPG games.”

Indiagames’ Games on Demand service is an online monthly subscription-based gaming service that offers a catalogue of over 300 games across multiple genres catering to gamers of all skill sets, including titles like ‘Age of Empires II’, ‘Brian Lara’s Cricket’, ‘Flight Simulator’ and ‘IGI 2 Covert Strike’, among others.

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