HAMBURG, GERMANY - August 20, 2007 - Exit Games, a world leading service provider of mobile and online multiplayer gaming, today announced the integration of Nintendo Wii and Sony PS3 compatibility to its list of supported hardware platforms. Incorporating a new Flash Library, Neutron will now enable connectivity to span multiple hardware platforms including the Wii, PS3, PC, and mobile, with the back-end driving advanced community presence, cross-platform multiplayer game development, in-game billing, and many other features regardless of game access method.
"Neutron continues to lead the way with innovations that enhance social gaming capabilities," said Harald Behnke, CEO of Exit Games. "Cross-platform connectivity enables our customers to build game communities that reach over three billion devices, making Neutron a much anticipated multiplayer solution for true mass market casual gaming."
Exit Games Neutron 4.0 is the market-leading multiplayer platform for hassle-free development, global deployment, and hosting of mobile and online games. Neutron powered games are live in over 50 countries, and have been launched by over 100 carriers and portals. With access to more than 500 million billable subscribers, Neutron offers cross-platform connectivity complete with billing, lobby and presence integration.
Please note: Exit Games will have an exhibition booth during the Games Convention in Leipzig, Germany, August 23-26, located in the GC Business Center (Hall 1), Booth I51, to showcase this new technology.
About Exit Games
Exit Games is a leading software provider for mobile and online multiplayer games. The Exit Games Neutron® multiplayer platform connects service providers with users all over the world playing via mobile phone, browser, PC, WiiTM or PS3TM. Neutron® is used by leading entertainment industry customers like Vivendi, World Golf Tour, SkyZone, Square Enix's UIEvolution or Fremantle Media to create social and community-based services. Communication industry partners and customers include Verizon, Cingular, Sprint, Softbank, Vodafone, Qualcomm, Intel, Sony Ericsson or Nokia Siemens Networks. Exit Games was founded in 2003 with venture capital funding and maintains branches in San Francisco, USA and Hamburg, Germany. For more information, please visit our website: www.exitgames.com
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