Jio and SEGA Corporation, one of Japan’s largest gaming firms, are collaborating to bring games to the Indian gaming community that would be both entertaining and refreshing.
Reliance Jio has reportedly signed a contract with a global gaming giant, making it the largest gaming firm to do so. SEGA, a Japanese gaming behemoth, has teamed with the corporation to offer its games to the business’s set-top boxes and other devices.
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The partnership includes two games right now – Sonic the Hedgehog 2 and Streets of Rage 3. The games will be available on the Jio Games Store.
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 follows the story of Sonic as he tries to prevent Doctor Robotnik from obtaining the Chaos Emeralds in order to power his Death Egg space station. This game was nostalgic for some of us.
Streets of Rage 3 is one of SEGA’s popular street fighting games. It was one of the most popular street combat games of all time, alongside street fighting legend Tekken in 90s.
India’s mobile gaming market is expected to rise rapidly in 2020. While PUBG Mobile was banned in India late last year, the game’s makers have been hard at work developing a new version tailored specifically for the country. The company behind PUBG Mobile, Krafton Inc, stated that a game called Battlegrounds Mobile India would be released for the Indian market.
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This partnership will be beneficial to the Indian market as a whole, as a large firm like SEGA working with Reliance Jio, India’s leading telco, could lead to future brand affiliations.