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multiplayer gaming

Two or more people playing a game on the computer and competing with each other over the Internet or inhouse local network (LAN). The traditional card games such as bridge and poker emulate a deck of playing cards. However, video games also allow players to compete within a simulated environment that takes them into a fantasy world. See e-sports, MMOG, MMORPG and gaming.
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When Ubitus' technological strengthens in cloud gaming meet with D2C R's dominant position in digital marketing and advertising arena in Japan, in my eyes, it's the dawn of a new era in Digital Marketing and the path to the future for the Advertisement Industry," said Wesley Kuo, CEO of Ubitus.
On whether cloud gaming is going to replace the consoles, Arrington said that the cloud gaming business model is still not there yet.
com/research/7m4prl/global_cloud) has announced the addition of the "Global Cloud Gaming Market 2015-2019" report to their offering.
Ubitus, a cloud gaming services provider has partnered with South Korean operator KT on cloud gaming services.
NYSE: KT) said they have launched Wizgame, a new cloud gaming service.
Cloud gaming is expected to see a boom in 2015 and Square Enix does not seem to want to lose time in being one of those to push the trend to its peak.
Big Fish, which handles the high-end research and development of cloud gaming revealed plans to close its base in Co Cork as part of changes in the company worldwide.
After months of planning and testing, it is a thrill to see our Cloud Gaming technology go live in the form of a compelling games service now available for KT's customers, said Ron Haberman, CiiNOW's CEO and Co-Founder.
It will also help the firm increase its reach in Free-2-Play sectors such as cloud gaming.
TOKYO & ESPOO, Finland & PARIS -- Gcluster Global and Konami are proud to announce today their partnership on Cloud Gaming.
In an interview conducted by Hankook Ilbo, a daily newspaper published by the Hankook Ilbo Media Group in Seoul, Phil Eisler, general manager of GeForce GRID Cloud Gaming at Nvidia, pointed out that Nvidia has approved TSMC's 20nm foundry capacity.
8 billion in the past three months snapping up an assortment of businesses such as medical equipment and cloud gaming, leaving investors to worry he is blowing his firm's waning finances on a muddled plan to revive the fading giant.