iGame preparing “unparalleled mayhem” for SA gamers

iBurst services are being optimised for the SA gaming community

January 25, 2013
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iGame is prepping to ensure that SA gamers have a solid year ahead, with more servers for a broader range of titles in the works.

“iGame plans to expand on the existing public server infrastructure by adding more servers for a wider range of titles,” said iBurst’s Zahir Kahn.

Kahn said that games included would be “Crysis 3 and various other titles.”

iGame is also preparing to enhance its connections and services for SA gamers ahead of the busy 2013 gaming season.

“Paired with new ADSL connectivity packages from iBurst, including uncapped offerings, iGame is being optimized to provide a faster, more robust connection to players, allowing for lower latencies and faster action.”

Kahn added that there are some plans in place for the SA community, including invitational testing sessions for selected community members.

“We have some very big things in store for the local gaming community and are excited at the prospect of providing an even better gaming service in the coming year,” concluded Kahn.

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