GameMine partners with South African mobile carrier Vodacom
7 July 2017
Mobile game publisher GameMine Inc. has entered into a strategic partnership to provide its subscription-based mobile games to South African mobile carrier Vodacom Group.
Los Angeles-based GameMine said it is providing a selection of its ad-free mobile games, which include more than 175 titles spanning all major mobile gaming genres, free of charge to Vodacom subscribers during a promotional trial period.
Vodacom is partnering with mobile gaming subscription service GameMine.
"GameMine recognizes the distinct value and importance of South Africa's thriving mobile carrier market as an appropriate demographic region for our company's product, as well as an early trend indicator for the African continent's entire mobile industry," GameMine Chief Executive Daniel Starr said in a statement.
The company said the partnership will significantly boost its global subscriber base as well as its exposure in international mobile carrier markets. Vodacom's South African iPhone and Android users will have access to GameMine's mobile games in a fully-unlocked, ad-free manner.
GameMine develops, licenses and acquires mobile games, then provides them to consumers in more than 135 countries through a subscription-based mobile game marketplace. With a global network of developers and gaming experts, multiple mobile carrier partnerships, and a presence on Google Play, the company aims to offer a variety of genre-based mobile gaming portals for a wide range of gaming interests.