Seoul, Korea, Aug 28, 2013 – Ubitus Inc., the worldwide technology leader in cloud gaming solutions, today announced it has empowered LG U+ to bring Korea first commercial Smart TV cloud gaming service with LG U+ C-games on LG Smart TVs.
From left to right: Hyojung Jung, General Manager, Game Content Team, Content Division of LG Electronics; Wesley Kuo, CEO of Ubitus; Jundong Park, General Manager, Contents Business of LG U+
The new C-games offering turns LG Smart TV into a powerful game console, bringing consumers the video gaming experience previously unavailable on home TV units before. Without the hassle of loading discs, time-consuming downloads and long installation times, consumers can now play console-quality video games on demand, including blockbuster titles such as Street Fighter X Tekken and LEGO Batman 2 that usually require high-end hardware to play.
C-games 2.0 cloud gaming service with better latency, Full-HD graphic quality, and more great game titles
Ubitus and LG U+ have been working closely to continually further optimize the C-games cloud gaming service. With the C-games 2.0, the service comes with better latency, Full-HD graphic quality, as well as more great game titles from Korea’s leading game developers like NEXON and NEOWIZ. In addition, the new C-games service on LG Smart TV also enables users to simply use LG Magic Remote controller to browse, play, and control games in full functionality.
“Ubitus commits to work with LG U+ and LG Electronics to jointly deliver exceptional gaming experience directly through Smart TV to consumers,” said Wesley Kuo, CEO of Ubitus. “We believe Korean consumers will be amazed at how effortless it is to enjoy console-quality games directly and instantly on their LG Smart TVs. Select, click and ready to play, just like the way they’ve been enjoying video-on-demand services.”
Ubitus Inc., the technology leader in deploying cloud-enabled rich media services, offers innovative cloud computing solutions, including patented GameCloud® , for device manufacturers, wired/wireless communication service providers, telecommunication operators and digital content developers. Founded in 2007 and headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, the company now has over 200 employees and offices in United States, Japan, Korea and China