PlayGame in year-long collaboration with The Walt Disney Company SEA
By Digital News Asia December 17, 2018
- Games will be available on the direct-to-play gaming platform starting December 2018
- The games will be first introduced across six countries in Southeast Asia
PLAYGAME and The Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia on Dec 14 announced a one-year collaboration to bring a collection of game titles to fans across Southeast Asia.
The games will feature beloved characters from the Disney franchise and will be available on the direct-to-play gaming platform, www.PlayGame.com, starting this December 2018.
"We are delighted to announce this wonderful collaboration with The Walt Disney Company. Like millions of people all over the world, I am a huge fan of Disney myself.
“This is a very exciting collaboration, as our blockchain-powered decentralised gaming platform will encourage innovation and bring Disney's well-loved creative products to the vast PlayGame community," said Anton Soeharyo, CEO of PlayGame.
"This collaboration with PlayGame provides more opportunities to bring our beloved characters and stories closer to Southeast Asian fans through high-quality interactive game experiences," said Je Alipio, director and head, Games Commercialisation, The Walt Disney Company, Southeast Asia.
The PlayGame platform allows players of all ages to enjoy free-to-play HTML5 games directly from their desktop and mobile browsers. Some of the game titles will feature fan-favorite characters like Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse as well as Olaf from "Frozen":
- Mickey's Delivery Dash, where players must help Mickey deliver croissants across Paris to Minnie's cafe before time runs out
- Olaf's Freeze Fall, where players will have to help Olaf to look for his missing arms, buttons and nose
As players develop an affinity to the platform, they can anticipate a series of surprises featuring more game titles with Disney's favorite characters that they grew up with over the years.
The games will be first introduced across six countries in Southeast Asia -- Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines.
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