Game industry giants join PlayJam advisory board

PlayJam, a “Smart TV” games platform that utilizes cloud technology to stream or download content to televisions, has managed to lure a few heavyweights to it’s corner.

Newly on board are GameStop President Tony Bartel, who will advise PlayJam on expanding it’s network of publishers and developers, co-founder of Red Octane Charles Huang, who plans to help the company develop original games in both the music and fitness genres, and co-founder of FreeStyleGames and Media Molecule Chris Lee, who will help build the global developer community for the company’s games network.

PlayJam has also recently signed a few developers to it’s beta program, including Relentless, First Star Software, GameHouse, and Slingo.

Jasper Smith, CEO and founder of PlayJam, sees this support from prominent figures in the industry as a “great endorsement”, and believes that “the market for TV gaming will see exponential growth” due to enhanced connectivity of modern TVs, Blu-ray, and other media players.

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