Telecom operator MTS India (Sistema Shyam Teleservices ) launched a video gaming platform called GameGod on Friday that promises to eliminate latency in online, multiplayer gaming in India and enter PC-based online gaming business.
Games on Demand (GoD)! – Online gaming service
Currently, gamers in India have to opt for servers in Singapore or Dubai, or are automatically connected to them, and that means data has to travel through multiple hubs in between. So, lots of wasting time for data transfer like, England or Mexico — by the time you raise your gun to shoot, the other guy has already shot you.
GameGod is a local server, in MTS’s data centre in Noida, that will allow data to avoid multiple hubs. Two internationally successful games that are very popular in India — Dota 2 and Counter Strike: Global Offensive — now come with the option to use the MTS server.
“Over 10 million people in India play games like Dota 2 and Counter Strike. So we will grow this platform, bring in more games and game publishers into it,” Leonid Musatov, chief marketing officer of MTS India, said at the launch in Cebit Plugged In expo in Bengaluru. Use of GameGod will require an MTS subscription.
Games on Demand (GoD) features:
|Over 350+ games (see all games)
Packages starting @ Rs. 49 / month for 30 games (see all packs)
Huge Variety: Action, Sports, Racing, Puzzle, Educational, Multiplayer, Strategy, Adventure etc.
Download only once & play unlimited – e.g. play all 350+ games by paying just Rs. 199 / month.
Official Website: MTS GoD
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