Reliance Games launches mobile games for World Cup 2015

By afaqs! news bureau , afaqs!, Mumbai | In Digital | February 18, 2015
The games are available for iOS and Android devices.

Reliance Games, developer and publisher of mobile games globally and the official global mobile gaming partner of the International Cricket Council, is launching four games on the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 - Mobile Cricket Quiz, Mobile Stick Cricket, Mobile Cricket Fantasy and Mobile Cricket Fever.

The objective is to deliver an intense and enthralling cricket gaming experience to millions of cricket fans worldwide.

Available for iOS and Android devices, the games are packed with "great content" and "exciting visuals" to let the user experience the excitement of the event on his mobile phone.

The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Mobile Cricket Quiz will have questions on different topics and engaging gameplay. Its cross-platform play also lets players to start playing on an iOS device and continue playing on an Android one. The Mobile Stick Cricket game will give users the experience and excitement of the game.

The Mobile Cricket Fantasy game, meanwhile, will let the player create his own Fantasy Cricket League. The Mobile Cricket Fever game gives access to hundreds of unique levels to play.

Manish Agarwal

Manish Agarwal, CEO - Reliance Entertainment Digital, says, "Reliance Games is proud to be International Cricket Council's official gaming partner, and, this year, we are launching four new mobile games catering to a wider audience. The games have been designed keeping in mind the varied interest of the gamers, and we are confident that it will not only continue to engage the audiences, but also keep them entertained with the spirit of sport all though the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015."

For the record, Reliance Games, the mobile gaming division of Reliance Entertainment, is part of the Reliance Group whose partnerships and subsidiaries include entities like DreamWorks Studios, IM Global and Codemasters.

Reliance Games currently operates four studios worldwide with a presence in the US, UK, Japan, Korea and India. Its portfolio comprises more than 600 games for over 2000 devices, across various operating systems. Globally distributed, Reliance Games claims that its content can be accessed through 80 leading networks across 100 countries worldwide.