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Vodafone partners with Ubitus to launch GameNow(R) 5G Cloud Gaming Service in Italy

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Ubitus Inc., the worldwide cloud gaming technology leader, announces the partnership with Vodafone Italy in the launch of GameNow, the new 5G cloud gaming service exclusive to Vodafone Italy customers.

Based on Ubitus’ GameCloud technologies and developed on Vodafone 5G edge-computing platform, GameNow is the 5G native service that offers advanced performance powered by Vodafone 5G network.

GameNow is all you can play: RPG, FPS, racing, action, adventure, puzzles and fighting. Right from the off, GameNow will allow gamers to choose from the best videogames for PCs and consoles, with more than 60 titles available. The library will be updated weekly with brand new content.

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GameNow is multi-platform: it enables gamers to play without hardware limitations from a smartphone, tablet, TV or PC, using a compatible gamepad or touch controls.

GameNow can be activated in just a few clicks: the service can be accessed using an app with an intuitive interface and without adverts.

During the three days of Milan Games Week, the most important gaming event in Italy, visitors to the Vodafone stand were able to get a taste of GameNow live over 5G and see how it revolutionizes the gaming experience by combining the best videogames with the quality of Vodafone’s network. Gamers were able to use a smartphone or a TV with a gamepad to get a foretaste of Metro 2033 Redux and Valentino Rossi The Game over 5G.

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“Ubitus is delighted to announce the collaboration with Vodafone for 5G cloud gaming using our industry-leading technologies. When Ubitus’ technological strengths and global connections in the gaming industry meet with Vodafone’s leading position in Europe, there will be a new height for cloud gaming,” said Wesley Kuo, CEO of Ubitus.

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