The four Warner Bros. Games that are launching for the first time to G-cluster's European operator customers in December are LEGO Batman The Videogame, LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 and LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7. The games are initially available via IPTV, with versions for PC, Mac, tablets and smartphones to follow.
With these new additions, the G-cluster catalog now totals more than 105 live titles and 200 licensed games from 30 game studios.
G-cluster’s fully-featured white label service offers operators the most deployed cloud gaming platform that allows users to play across the TV and multiple mobile devices.
"Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment offers some of the most recognizable characters in today’s gaming culture. By adding titles, such as the LEGO games, G-cluster is able to expand the desirability of the cloud gaming service for our operators and distributors in Europe, United States and Japan and help increase their revenues," said Sevan Kessissian, Senior Vice President of content and strategy at G-cluster.