Internet provider Pentanet (ASX:5GG) has launched its cloud gaming service, GeForce NOW Powered by CloudGG, on Optus SubHub.
The $21.67 million market capitalisation company and Optus have been working collaboratively on the product since they first signed an agreement in March 2023.
Through the partnership, the companies have integrated the GeForce NOW cloud gaming service into Optus’s subscription management platform.
Pentanet says this enables access to Optus customers in Australia.
Pentanet Managing Director Stephen Cornish says this launch is an ‘exciting’ step for the company as it solidifies its wholesale digital distribution channel for GeForce NOW in its territories.
“This collaboration presents an exciting opportunity towards putting high-performance gaming in the hands of even more new members.”
“This collaboration presents an exciting opportunity towards putting high-performance gaming in the hands of even more new members”
Optus Head of 5G and Network Leadership Harvey Wright adds: “As the first gaming partner to be included in our line-up of subscriptions on Optus SubHub, this represents a major milestone for our world-first subscription management hub.”
Following this announcement, Pentanet’s share price climbed 10.34% to $0.064 as of midday AEDT on 24 November.
Pentanet is a Perth-based internet provider that delivers high-speed internet to a growing number of subscribers.
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