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January 8, 2010

PlayJam agrees distribution deals

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by David Allen

According to industry experts PlayJam is currently the world’s largest TV games network and, following some clever negotiations, it would seem that the network is about to get a lot bigger.

PlayJam has secured distribution deals for its connected gaming service with Apple, Freeview, Rovi, Sony and UPC, while another part of the network, Electra Entertainment, will be distributing the gaming service though the Freeview platform.

It will be marketed as Channel Zero and will launch in September.

The deal with Sony will see gaming widgets developed by PlayJam on Sony Bravia HD TVs, as well as making some of the more popular titles available through the Apple App Store for the iPod Touch and the iPhone.

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