Dublin, November 30th 2005
DemonWare today announced that it has been selected as a finalist for the Game Developer Magazine Frontline award in the middleware category. DemonWare's multiplayer tools are widely regarded in the computer games industry as being the most developer-friendly and powerful available.
"This is a fantastic display of industry recognition for the approach we've taken with our technology and support", stated Dylan Collins, DemonWare CEO. He continued, "Working with publishers of such caliber as Activision, Atari, Sega and many others have really focused our efforts to deliver products that enhance online gaming and streamline multiplayer development on all platforms. It's an incredible feeling to see so many killer titles using our technology."
Collins also took the opportunity to announce some of the latest DemonWare licensees which include Sumo Digital, Leftfield, Bits Interactive and Supersonic Software. DemonWare technology is being used in a wide range of titles on PS2, PSP, Xbox, Xbox 360 and other platforms.
DemonWare is the leading provider of multiplayer technology and services for the gaming industry. The company has offices in Dublin, Ireland and Vancouver, Canada.
DemonWare is the leading network software company in the games industry today providing multiplayer technology to studios and publishers, including Activision, Namco, Atari, THQ, Myelin and Sega. As a tried and tested network middleware product, DemonWare provides a complete range of network tools for studios and publishers working on multiplayer titles. Interested developers should go to www.demonware.net/evaluate .
DemonWare Matchmaking+ suite provides a risk-free and quick route to multiplayer lobby services. DemonWare State Engine is a cross-platform network engine with a wide range of features. DemonWare technology is supported across all current and next-generation game platforms.
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