|A deal between Swedish skill gaming firm Jadestone and Danish television network TV2 that will see the games developer bring the broadcaster into its GamArena skill gaming network has been finalised this week.|
The deal will also see Jadestone provide TV2 with an online version of the popular football game Championship Manager Online under license from UK publisher Eidos.
“TV2 has created an impressive gaming business and is today the market leader in Denmark,” said Tobias Nissen, Business Development Manager for Jadestone.
“Our joint plan is to integrate our products into the existing TV2 gaming community in a seamless way that I think will please the existing players. With all the marketing channels available, I think our games will attract a whole new audience to TV2.'
Jadestone’s GamArena is a European skill game network with multiple partners in 20 languages.
“We want to deliver new and exciting gaming content to our customers and Jadestone really stands out in the market place with a spectacular portfolio of multiplayer games,” said Rune Schodt, Spokesman for TV2.
“I am very happy to enter into this long-term partnership and look forward to joint success.”