Ozura to Release Mobile Game Beijing Dreams for Worlds Greatest Sporting Event
July 8, 2008
Ozura to Release Mobile Game “Beijing Dreams” for World’s Greatest Sporting Event
Ozura Mobile, a leading international publisher and developer of mobile entertainment revealed that for the first time ever, sport gaming fans around the world will be able to have an experience of Ozura's top sport mobile game - Beijing Dreams.
Beijing Dreams is an authentic stimulation mobile game featuring five different kinds of sports which are the 100 meters, hurdles, long jump, triple jump and high jump. It allows the sport gaming fans to experience the adventure with the fun game play. In the game, gamers will experience the “The International Sporting Event Spirit” in many of the China areas, which are Macao, Hunan, Sichuan, Shanghai, Inner Mongolia and Beijing, plus two more hidden areas that is Tibet and the Forbidden City.
“As the world’s greatest sporting event draws near in Beijing, the market performance of sports games worth expecting, almost all of the leisure games with outstanding market performance in 2007 have something to do with sports. We are very excited about the expected impact of this game, and promise to deliver more fabulous sport games to gamers.” said H.E.Mah, Ozura's Vice President of Marketing.
According to the industry experts, worldwide mobile gaming revenues are on pace to hit $4.5 billion in 2008, representing a 16.1 percent increase over last year. Mobile game revenues will grow at a compound annual rate of 10.2 percent between 2007 and 2011 with worldwide user spending reaching $6.3 billion in 2011.
“Based on these statistics, the mobile games market is proven to be very active and has great potential to grow. With the rise of the mobile gaming trend among mobile users, Ozura is one step closer to gain bigger slice of this lucrative market.” Continued Mah.
Beijing Dreams is expected to be the most popular, most playable, best selling sport simulation mobile game. It will be soon available across the globe to reach millions of mobile subscribers through the current mobile operators and portals in countries such as German, UK, United States, China, Vietnam and others.