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Digital Media Exchange/Ultimate Game Card deal

Southeast Asian gamers get UGC access to over 1,000 games.

(Manila, Philippines, May 25, 2010) – Veteran online games publisher and game service provider Digital Media Exchange (dme) partners with payment portal Ultimate Game Card (UGC) to provide Southeast Asian gamers access to over 1,000 games associated with UGC. dme will be reselling the UGC pin codes through dme’s online payment platform, mobiusonline.

This partnership is dme’s first step to provide more services to make games more accessible in Southeast Asia.

UGC is a payment portal in the United States that has access to over 1,000 popular online games, virtual worlds, and social networks. The payment portal allows its users to transact without using a credit card and other personal information, thus eliminating security risks.

This agreement would allow dme to resell UGC pins to Southeast Asian gamers. Mobiusonline users can then purchase UGC credits using ePoints in five different denominations – USD 5, 8, 13, 17, and 20. Furthermore, Southeast Asian gamers can access giant social games providers such as playfish, which developed popular Facebook games Pet Society, Restaurant City, and Crazy Planets.

“We are excited to announce to Southeast Asian gamers that they can finally purchase in-game items and currency for thousands of popular games that they did not have access to before,” said dme CEO and founder Scott Countryman. “Moreover, we provide gamers convenience through our mobiusonline payment platform.”

Mobiusonline is one of dme’s core products that offer multi-currency and multi-platform payment solution. The website utilizes a universal currency called ePoints used for transacting within mobiusonline. In Southeast Asia, mobiusonline is the gateway to purchasing game time and in-game items under mobiusgames. Users can also purchase cellphone load and internet dial-up time.


About Digital Media Exchange

Established in 2003, Digital Media Exchange, Inc. (dme), is a veteran online games publisher and game service provider to the global computer games industry. Under the brand name Mobius (, dme pioneered the Southeast Asian online game industry by architecting the leading Philippine peering exchange for online games, launching the first free-to-play/item-based games in the region, and creating unique and innovative premium services seamlessly integrated within a proprietary digital media platform and payment system ( used by over 12 million registered users. dme’s outsourcing division provides game consulting and support services to some of the world’s largest global entertainment, technology, and retailing companies including Disney, Dreamworks, Dolby Laboratories, Nexon, NHN, and Build-a-Bear Workshop. For more information, e-mail:


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