Games like Scott Dixon Racing will be available on Kiwi GSM content site voeveo.com
A Kiwi company making big inroads in the mobile games content industry has been given a boost by a top European developer.
Games company Tracebit will make its impressive Java games portfolio available through open market website voeveo.com.
With titles like Scott Dixon Racing, Williams F1, The Village and Aquastrike distributed to over 50 countries, the Kiwi company will surely reap the benefits.
Consumer access to mobile games content has been boosted by European games specialist Tracebit making its products available on the New Zealand-based open market website, voeveo.com.
Simon Adahl, voeveo's marketing officer says selling GSM-supported handset games on the no-barriers site, along with direct downloading for mobile phone users will lead to significant sales opportunities.
"The voeveo community-driven trading model has exciting potential, given its buyers have unrestricted access to all types of content, plus they actively control their own transactions," he says.
"We want to reach global wireless consumers more efficiently and at the same time receive useful feedback on our game products."
Customers can download music, video and gaming content regardless of location, phone type or service contract.