UTV Indiagames launches Games on Demand service for MTS Mblaze customers

By Digit NewsDesk Published Date
16 - Nov - 2011
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16 - Nov - 2011
UTV Indiagames launches Games on Demand service for MTS Mblaze cu...

After the success of Games on Demand (GoD) service on wired broadband platforms for various service providers, UTV Indiagames has now begun the service on wireless broadband, initially exclusively for MTS MBlaze customers.

The Games on Demand online gaming subscription will offer access to popular games from major publishers, across a variety of genres, for as little as Rs. 49 a month. The service will be available for both prepaid and postpaid customers.

MTS MBlaze Customers can access UTV Indiagames Games on Demand by downloading the client, and the games of their choice. The games will be playable for as long as the subscription lasts. Game titles include such popular franchises as Need For speed, Battlefield, FIFA, Cricket and more. Refer to the below table for more details about the various subscription packs, or log on to games.mtsindia.in.

Speaking on the launch of the service, Vishal Gondal, CEO, UTV Indiagames said:

“Year-on-year there is a surge in wireless broadband connections in India thus creating opportunity for delivering quality content to the ever increasing users on the platform. In our attempt to make gaming a main stream mode of entertainment across the country, this tie up with MTS is the perfect integration. With a bustling lifestyle choice in the country now, offering GoD through wireless connection is the perfect fitment to reach out to the users. With world class content provided across platforms through GoD we want to make sure that users gain access to quality content across platforms.”

Number of Games
Platinum Plan

   Rs.  199/- per month

350 games
Gold Plan

   Rs.   99/- per month

250 games
Educational Plan

   Rs.  99/- per month

50 games
Silver Plan

   Rs.   49/- per month

30 games
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