iBurst launches iGame Unlimited

Broadband provider iBurst has launched iGame Unlimited as a premium open gaming platform for South Africa‘s online gaming community.
For only R99 per month, iBurst subscribers using the new iDSL package will have access to one of the fastest, most responsive gaming servers in South Africa, with a host of extra features to make online gaming better, easier and more rewarding. The biggest advantage is that for iGame Unlimited subscribers, all traffic to the iGame server is free“”no longer counting towards your normal bandwidth cap.
The iGame platform is open to all gamers in South Africa, connecting via any ISP, and has already become one of the largest gaming communities in the country, attracting gamers of all ages. iGame Unlimited is available exclusively to iBurst iDSL customers to give them a host of exclusive benefits. For players that are not iBurst Wireless customers and want to subscribe to iGame Unlimited, they can pick up a 80 MB iDSL account for only R19/month extra.
iGame Unlimited users not only have uncapped gaming bandwidth, but get preferential status with guaranteed game play even when the servers get busy, will receive priority support on the iGame community, and will be automatic entered into monthly prize pools.
“œWe recently redesigned our iDSL offering for ADSL users to bypass Telkom‘s routing infrastructure and connect directly in to iBurst‘s core. This offers gamers a better connection with lower latency (responsiveness) and jitter (consistency). Now, with iGame Unlimited, gamers can play to their heart‘s content using one of the best gaming servers around, without worrying about using up their bandwidth,“ says Steve Briggs, Executive Head of Commercial iBurst.
iGame is one of South Africa’s most successful gaming communities, with an active community support network provided by Nanogames, and offering a wide range of popular titles. It hosts multiplayer servers for popular PC games like Call of Duty 4 and Call of Duty 5: World at War, Team Fortress, Wolfenstein, Quake4, Track Mania and Left 4 Dead 2. Gamers simply require a legal copy of the game and the iGame game server IP address.