Africa-focused mobile video network StarNews Mobile is partnering with mobile cloud gaming solution CareGame to offer unlimited, mobile cloud gaming to StarNews Mobile subscribers while expanding CareGame’s global reach throughout Africa.
CareGame will leverage StarNews Mobile’s platform and established telecom partnerships with Orange and MTN in order to distribute its mobile gaming experience to 30 million StarNews Mobile subscribers in South Africa and 15 million subscribers in Senegal. Plans for further expansion will be announced in the coming weeks.
“We are thrilled to have CareGame join StarNews Mobile’s platform to offer mobile cloud gaming to our subscribers for the first time ever,” declared Guy Kamgaing, CEO of StarNews Mobile. “CareGame is a one-of-a-kind solution that offers cloud gaming to areas of the world that have bandwidth issues such as Africa. The success we’ve enjoyed with video content is a strong indicator of our market’s appetite for other digital experiences and we are eager to introduce CareGame’s offering to our users in what we anticipate to be a successful rollout and growth.”
CareGame delivers a premium, ad-free, AAA mobile cloud gaming experience, eliminating the constraints of downloads, storage capacity and device compatibility. CareGame enables mobile operators to capitalize on their audiences and attract new customers with a customized turnkey solution featuring high-quality content, and empowers mobile game studios and publishers by increasing their reach effortlessly. As of 2021, CareGame is available in 44 countries worldwide including Europe, North America, South America, Middle East, Africa and Asia.
“We are very pleased to announce this new partnership with StarNews Mobile,” said Benjamin Athuil, co-founder and president of CareGame. “It allows CareGame to boost its international development and cover several additional countries in Africa. Thanks to this collaboration, South Africa and Senegal will become key countries in our business strategy, and we are excited to bring our innovative and unique mobile cloud gaming experience there. Together, we will take another step towards democratising access to mobile gaming.”
Currently, StarNews Mobile is available in Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Congo, South Africa and Nigeria with Ghana, Benin, Rwanda and Senegal coming soon. StarNews Mobile has established partnerships with large pan-African mobile operators such as MTN, Orange and Maroc Telecom in order to distribute exclusive and high-quality video content directly to users.