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Miniclip, PlayJam partnership brings casual games to Smart TVs

Interactive casual TV gaming network PlayJam today announced a partnership with casual games company Miniclip, as a means of expanding its Smart TV content.

Mike Rose, Blogger

April 11, 2012

1 Min Read

Newsbrief: Interactive casual TV gaming network PlayJam today announced a partnership with casual games company Miniclip, as a means of expanding its Smart TV content. PlayJam's games network offers hundreds of skill-based games across various platforms around the world through partnerships with TV vendors (e.g. Samsung, Sony) and digital TV operators (e.g. Sky in the UK, Dish TV in the U.S.). This latest agreement with Miniclip will boost PlayJam's reach into the U.S. and Asian markets, as Miniclip looks to capitalize on the growth of Smart TV platforms with its 65 million monthly users. Classic Miniclip games such as Fragger, Gravity Guy and iStunt will be made available via the PlayJam service, with social feature integration in place to provide users with leaderboards and tournaments.

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