December 06, 2006

Writeup on Game Kiosks for MPOG MMOG MMORG

Writeup on KMC on MARS application brief on mpog gaming kiosks. An co-incidental/Interesting side development today was a note from Sega about them now doing a coin-op machine with internet connection to Sega site.

West Chester, Pa., November 6, 2006 – Multiple gaming enthusiasts can now compete head to head in public, thanks to the recently launched ZAZOOX Game Café kiosks. Enhanced with MEI bill acceptors, consumers can now easily “pay to play” the most popular PC Game titles from the world’s most prominent and competitive developers.

The ZAZOOX Game Café is a direct response to the explosive market for multi-player online gaming (MPOG). With estimates of the current MPOG market of $500 million to reach $2 billion in 2007, Kiosk Information Systems (KIOSK) formed a new subsidiary, ZOOX Stations, Inc., to focus on this sector.

The ZAZOOX Game Café will be deployed in truck stops, airports, destination hotels, youth hostels, malls, and family entertainment centers across the United States. More than 300 of these MPOG kiosks have already been rolled out to American Army bases throughout the U.S. and Germany.

REST OF ARTICLE -- Gamesters Shelling out Cash to Play Online Games at Kiosks | KioskMarketplace

Posted by staff at December 6, 2006 04:33 PM