Brighton, England, December 12, 2005: Eurogamer Network - the publisher of the UK's most popular consumer video games website, Eurogamer.net - today launches a beta version of its video streaming service, Eurogamer TV.
Eurogamer TV can be found at https://www.eurogamer.tv
The first video available during the test period is the newly announced Xbox 360 exclusive, Lost Planet, published by CAPCOM. The trailer can now be seen at Eurogamer TV in small, medium or large formats depending on the bandwidth of the viewer. There's no need for lengthy downloads or problems with codecs. Simply load the page and enjoy the movie.
"We have great plans for Eurogamer TV," said Eurogamer Network's Director of Operations, Rupert Loman. "This really is just the beginning. In the New Year we will ramp up our audience capacity significantly and start to make original content available online, in addition to a comprehensive selection of trailers and game footage. We're extremely excited about the prospects afforded by this launch."
To find out about the new advertising possibilities that are available on Eurogamer TV, or if you'd like an upcoming game featured on the service, please contact Rupert Loman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
NOTES TO EDITORS REGARDING EUROGAMER NETWORK LTD.
Founded in 1999 by brothers Rupert and Nick Loman, Brighton-based Eurogamer is the publisher of the UK's most popular games editorial website, Eurogamer.net. The site was recently audited by ABC ELECTRONIC and was read by 977,349 unique users in October 2005. Eurogamer also publishes the market-leading industry resource, GamesIndustry.biz and the recently launched mobile games industry website, MobileIndustry.biz.