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iOpener Enabled

Compete against real-life racing drivers in real-time on your PC via telemetry sensors in their cars.

Aachen, Germany - 28th April 2009 - If you've got a PC and fancy yourself as the next Lewis Hamilton then you could be just the person to join the Beta test for iOpener's new live play technology; "Opener Enabled". The revolutionary software will give petrol heads everywhere the opportunity to be among the first to race in real-time against professional drivers!

iOpener is looking for 5,000 of the world's best race gamers to put its technology through rigorous testing in mid-June 2009 prior to public launch later this year. To register for your chance to be selected for virtual pole position visit

Andy Lurling CEO of iOpener Media said, "We know that gamers and race enthusiasts have been waiting to be able to race against professional drivers in real time. It's actually a very complicated thing to do but we've cracked it. Now we're ready to put the technology in the hands of some of the best race gamers to see what they can do with it."

iOpener Media's patented technology works via an 'Orange Box' placed inside a racing car which then feeds the telemetry and GPS data to gamers via internet with out lag. Gamers will be able to join games and test their driving skills in 1-on-1 and 1-to-many during a live race.

About iOpener Media GmbH

Award winning iOpener Media is a young and dynamic company headquartered in Aachen, Germany. In 2007 iOpener successfully participated in the European Space Agency Business incubation initiative. Backed by seasoned venture capitalist the company is currently active in the video games and motorsports industries with aims to expand into other genres e.g. flight simulators and educational games.

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