Starting this month, Mexican triple-play operator TotalPlay customers are able to access the GameFly Streaming platform.
The service will initially provide unlimited access to over 30 games for 159 pesos per month and is being offered via TotalPlay’s fiber-optic network, which now reaches six million homes in 20 cities throughout the country.
“We want to offer our customers the most innovative and fun experience by launching the GameFly Streaming service to our platform,” said Eduardo Kuri, Totalplay CEO, during a media event to announce the new service.
“Totalplay’s high-speed internet allows GameFly Streaming customers the ability to play great games with low latency and HD quality gameplay on any television.” he added.
The company recently announced that it has invested a total of $400 million to expand its fiber capacity and offer faster connection speeds of up to 300 Mbps to its customer base of 450,000 subscribers.
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