Gameloft, Videocon partner to bring gaming revolution into Smartphones

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Gameloft®, a global digital and social game publisher has joined hands with Videocon Smartphones to offer Gameloft games to its customers.

The exclusive agreement between the two companies is designed to embed popular Gameloft games in Videocon Smartphones including Asphalt Nitro, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, Nova 3: Freedom Edition and Bubble Bash among others.

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Gameloft titles available on Videocon handsets will be a mix of full and trial version. Trial version allows the customer to play the game free for 5 times upto 180 seconds each. After the free trial period consumers can purchase the game. One can buy and enjoy these games across all Indian carrier channels.

This exclusive collaboration between best of both the worlds will help the eco-system of the gaming industry to reach the masses, increase accessibility and provide superior gaming experience. Gameloft® has already extended such tie-ups with all major original equipment manufacturers around the world and is all set to build relationship with Videocon on this front.

“At Gameloft®, we see an exponential growth in smart device sales and gameplay usage pattern in emerging markets like India. With the upcoming leaders like Videocon, high quality titles will be more accessible to consumers & will enhance their overall gaming experience,” Ashish Gupta, Country Head (India, Sri Lanka & Bangladesh), Gameloft said.

Speaking about this partnership, Jerold Pereira, CEO, Videocon Mobile Phones said, “The smartphone has passed that phase when it was only considered as a communication device. Today, the mobile phone gaming has become so popular that it has become one of the major elements of smartphone ecosystem. Gameloft® is one of the biggest players in mobile gaming industry and this association will surely boost the gaming experience of Videocon smartphone users.”


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