SEGA And Utomik Enter Partnership for Subscription Gaming Service


SEGA and Utomik have today announced a new partnership for SEGA titles to be part of a subscription gaming service.

This opens up a whole new way for SEGA to distribute their PC games, giving them a wider range of consumers.  This will also boost Utomik’s fast growing library of games as well as another industry validation of its vision to “Unleash Gaming” by enabling consumers to access games as easily as they do TV shows, films and music today.

There will be 21 SEGA PC titles available including titles such as  Alpha Protocol, The Cave as well as EMPIRE: Total War, Total War: SHOGUN II – Fall of the Samurai and Sonic the Hedgehog 4, Episodes I & II. John Clark, SEGA Europe’s Vice President of Commercial Publishing, stated:

SEGA has always been a pioneer in terms of new and easy to use consumer interaction gaming technologies. We are co-operating with Utomik because it fits our digital strategy and offers a highly effective user-friendly platform. By adding SEGA titles into Utomik’s subscription service, we are opening up a totally new channel for our existing PC games and will reach a broader consumer audience. This first step is important as we believe subscription gaming will become an important component of our business moving forward.

Utomik’s CEO, Doki Tops, added:

Utomik is excited to welcome SEGA as its partner. We can’t wait to offer our fast growing number of subscribers the chance to play iconic game titles like Total War “Empire” and Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episodes I & II. We are thrilled that SEGA has also decided to join our journey to “Unleash Gaming” designed to bring more games to more people. We are looking forward to a long term partnership with the SEGA team.

Be sure to let us know if you plan on using Utomik for SEGA titles in the comment section below.

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