Saturday, 3 November 2012
Ubitus Released a Game Development Kit Enabling Game Developers to Convert Games to Support Their Cloud Gaming Service
Taipei, Taiwan based cloud gaming company Ubitus announced the availability of their Game Development Kit (GDK) at the Korea Games Conference 2012 (KGC 2012). The Ubitus GDK is enabling game developers to easily convert their games to support cloud gaming services operated by service providers who leverage the Ubitus GameCloud solution.
The Ubitus GDK is a game adaptation tool that helps game publishers and developers reach new platforms, bring games to new markets and earn more money that way. With the GDK they can convert their games to support the cloud without recoding, cook game control experiences tailored for different devices at ease and publish their games to mass market with many payment options. The Ubitus GDK is providing a simple and cost effective way to ease developers from investing enormously in customizing their games to different platforms and connected devices including PCs, Macs, Smart TVs, STBs, tablets and smartphones.
“To keep our game industry booming, the Korea Game Developers Association (KGDA) holds KGC every year for in-house and independent developers to share their experiences and resources,” said Seung-Hun Lee, President of KGDA. “The Ubitus GDK and GameCloud provide abundant opportunities of business development. We are very glad to have Ubitus at KGC 2012 and with Ubitus’ technology session and service demonstration, we expect to transform their know-how into immediate value for developers and to create a win-win situation for all stakeholders.”
Ubitus is already powering the LG U+ C-games cloud gaming service in South Korea, they will also help building a cloud gaming service for China Telecom. “LG U+’s cloud gaming service, C-games, has officially launched in Korea in July, 2012. Our subscribers can indulge themselves in high-quality, native-like gaming experiences right on their smartphones, tablets, STBs and PCs via Ubitus’ cloud technology. The Ubitus GDK will play a critical role in the continued success of C-games,” said Byung-Wook Chun, SVP and Head of Service Platform BU of LG U+. “Together with Ubitus, we will work hard on providing more amazing cloud entertainment.”
“Ubitus is committed to deliver the most advanced technology, time-to-market and cost effective solutions to our strategic partners ever since we jumped into the cloud gaming industry,” said Wesley Kuo, CEO of Ubitus. “We look forward to partnering with more local developers to strengthen the Ubitus GameCloud library.”
Posted by John Anderson at 05:49