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Envizions Game Subscriptions to Be Powered by Stream Theory

EVO: Phase One Customers Will Have Access to Hundreds of Games

IRVINE, CA, September 01, 2006: Stream Theory, Inc., a leading developer of patented virtualized software delivery and digital rights management solutions, today announced it has signed a licensing agreement with Envizions Computer Entertainment Corporation. Using the company's StreamFlow broadband delivery platform Envizions will make available to purchasers of EVO: Phase One, the company's media entertainment unit, a wide variety of monthly game subscriptions for unlimited play. EVO is a history-making media center hybrid that, when launched in October, will blur the lines between PC and game consoles.

"Envizions is pleased to be working with Stream Theory to provide monthly game subscriptions for the EVO: Phase One media entertainment unit," stated Derrick Samuels, Envizions CEO and Founder. "Our customers will enjoy the flexibility of playing a wide variety of classic and new games each month."

"Envizions is a dynamic young company and it is an honor to be chosen as its platform for delivering game subscriptions to its customers," commented Steig Westerberg, CEO of Stream Theory. "With hundreds of game titles under license and a user-friendly way of delivering them to EVO: Phase One customers, I am confident Stream Theory will be a valuable partner that Envizions can rely on to help satisfy its customers and generate additional revenue."

Traditional online delivery methods require complete download, installation on end user computers, and costly one-on-one updates and support. However, the Stream Theory virtualized software delivery platform enables businesses to run applications as a network service. Streamed software is delivered to and updated in a secluded environment guaranteeing the integrity of the operating system and all the applications. Stream Theory helps support the rapidly rising practice of providing software as a service to businesses and game/software/digital media subscriptions to online consumers.

About Envizions Computer Entertainment Corporation

Envizions Computer Entertainment Corporation was incorporated on August 10, 2004, and founded by Derrick Samuels. With main headquarters located at 801-5 Nobel Street, Anniston, Alabama, the company is involved in electronic devices, media and publishing. The company's most ambitious project is the highly anticipated EVO: Phase One media entertainment unit. For more information, visit

About Stream Theory

Stream Theory, Inc. develops patented virtualized software delivery and digital rights management solutions and licenses them to businesses for distribution, management and monetization of software and digital media. The Company's intellectual property is setting the pace for rapid worldwide deployment of software as a service for its enterprise partners as well as game/software/digital media subscriptions and try-before-you-buy for its online consumer-oriented business partners. The Company's solutions coupled with user-friendly experiences appeal to content developers and publishers, Internet sites and portals, broadband ISPs, online retailers, enterprise, and other companies interested in economically managing software and digital media. The Company was founded in 1996 and is based in Irvine, CA. For more information and licensing inquiries, visit

Media Relations Contact:

Tim Pivnicny

Stream Theory, Inc.

+1 949 553 5649

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Steig Westerberg

Stream Theory, Inc.

+1 949 833 2800

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