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Telia establishes cooperation with Vision Park of Scandinavia.
"Polis" (Police), "Wannabe" and "Giftet" (Poison) are the titles of three big-selling computer games from Vision Park, a Scandinavian content provider, developer and publisher of electronic entertainment. Now you can play these games without having to buy them - online on your screen - thanks to Vision Park's new cooperation with Telia Games On Demand, a broadband service renting games for home entertainment. For a low charge, you gain convenient access to the most popular action, sport and adventure games, right at home on your computer. Now every person in Sweden who subscribes to Telia's broadband service at a fixed monthly rate can gain access to Telia Games on Demand. Microsoft, and now Vision Park, are the companies currently providing content to Telia's Games on Demand service. The service will feature games from several more e-entertainment developers in the near future. Telia Games on Demand is being continuously updated with the latest game releases, as well as classic favorites. Subscribers can choose from a large number of games at low cost, paying only a small rental charge at the start of each playing hour.* "We're convinced the battle for broadband subscribers will be won with content. Our goal is to offer our customers the broadest range of games on the web, and our new collaboration with Vision Park is part of this strategy," commented Jakob Hammarstedt, Business Manager for Telia Games On Demand. Vision Park is a content provider of e-entertainment, offering platforms for online entertainment, games and corporate entertainment. The company's goal with its in-house games is to produce entertainment that provides "intellectual resistance", enriches the user and is not based on meaningless violence. Vision Park has been quoted on Stockholm Börsinformation's share list since September 1997. "Our cooperation with Telia's Games On Demand service will facilitate and increase access to games and online entertainment. This will benefit consumers and is important for expanding the online games market. Due to new distribution methods, more and more people can conveniently enjoy new and exciting entertainment," commented Pia Evinger, Vision Park's Publishing Manager. The technical platform has been developed by Extent Technologies Ltd, www.exent.com * Games are offered today in three price categories: SEK 19, 24 and 29 at the start of each playing hour, including V.A.T. (25% in Sweden)
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