TransGaming said it has struck an expanded its relationship with Liberty Global that enables it to bring its GameTree TV offering to boxes that power Horizon, the MSO’s IP-capable, next-gen video platform.
With the deal, GameTree TV is now offered by Liberty Global in The Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, Poland and Hungary. Earlier this month, Liberty Global announced that Horizon had surpassed the 1 million subscriber mark.
"The addition of Liberty Global is a pivotal next step towards expanding GameTree TV's services to a larger international audience," said Dennis Ensing, COO & Interim CEO at TransGaming.
ActiveVideo Networks, one of Liberty Global’s technology partners, announced a deal late last year that will enable ActiveVideo to offer titles from TransGaming via its cloud-based platform to a wide range of set-tops, including those that are not IP-enabled.
TransGaming also has partnerships with Dish Network and DirecTV, FREE, Air Tel and Reliance.