Exent Technologies, a “global market leader in enabling the creation of a broadband-based second release window for PC and video games,” has announced that it has signed distribution agreements with ValuSoft, a division of THQ; and with casual games publisher iWin.
ValuSoft is to release more than 100 titles to Exent’s Games-On-Demand customers, including Let’s Ride! Friends Forever, Bratz Babyz, Prison Tycoon and Paws and Claws Pet Vet.
The agreement with iWin includes Mahjong Quest, Family Feud, Jojo’s Fashion Show and the Jewel Quest series.
Exent offers licensed content to end-users through a variety of service providers, which operate Exent-powered services enabled through a white-label, turnkey-based offering, or a combination of Exent’s technologies and its content aggregation service.
“We are glad to make our diverse games catalog available for end-users serviced through Exent-powered Games-on-Demand services,” said Doug Clemmer, President of ValuSoft. “The rapid growth in premium Games-on-Demand services, coupled with the power of the Exent distribution network, makes this an attractive opportunity for us.”