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CyberSports Chooses Vivox For Soccer MMO Voice Chat

Voice communication service company Vivox has announced that MMO developer CyberSports, Ltd. has chosen the company's voice chat suits for its forthcoming online soccer t...

Brandon Boyer

June 10, 2008

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Voice communication service company Vivox has announced that MMO developer CyberSports, Ltd. has chosen the company's voice chat suits for its forthcoming online soccer title Football Superstars. Vivox says the game covers both on- and off-field interactions with other players in its virtual world, and the company plans to expand the series to other sports. The game will use Vivox chat for what it refers to as "strategy, taunts, and heated exchanges" of sports play, and will "manage the voice application to ensure operational scale and stability and to eliminate game server impact" with "3D voice chat, players have access to voice fonts, buddy lists, presence alerts, voice mail, SMS, and user management tools." Said CyberSports CEO Malcolm Clark, “Our design goals and user experience requirements for Football Superstars demanded the most stable, scalable and user friendly voice technology available. Vivox was the obvious choice based on their proven performance and operations experience."

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