DNA Dynamics Inc (PINKSHEETS: DNAD) confirm that their stand at this years Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) will be packed with previously unseen gaming content as well as giving users access to the full back catalogue of games such as Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and Family Fortunes.
Both of the DNA Dynamics Subsidiaries will be represented on the stand and CEO, Ed Blincoe, will be available to potential partners so that deals can be struck on site and negotiations speeded up, reducing the sale cycle.
Slam Productions, a subsidiary of DNA Dynamics, is currently working on two top secret games which are both to be unveiled at E3 and the expectation is that some significant excitement will be generated on and around the exhibition hall once the brands and games are revealed to the public.
Ed Blincoe will be updating his twitter feed throughout the show so that investors are able to get up to the minute information once the top secret games are revealed to the world and investors are urged to subscribe to his Twitter feed at @appachemobile
Discussing the unveiling of at the games show, Mr Blincoe stated “we have been working on these contracts since our time at GDC in March. We believe that we have struck two fantastic contracts which will lead to significant revenue streams going forward for the company through downloads of these games.”
Slam Productions recently announced details of its licensing model for their Rapid Development Engine, Slam Tech. The license will allow other developers to develop a single game or application and then rapidly publish to multiple platforms such as PC, iOS™, Android™, Sony ™ PSP™, Nintendo™ DS™ and Wii™ without the requirement to reengineer each application specifically per device. With few key competitors in this space and the potential to create a multi-million dollar revenue streams the team at Slam believe they can become a serious player in this space.