Utomik Reinvents Streaming Games

February 27, 2015

Play the real game fast instead of a low quality video stream

Innovative USA-based startup Utomik will launch a new gaming service for PC, where gamers can play games up to 100 times faster and as many as they want for a small monthly fee. To achieve this, Utomik uses a radically different kind of streaming technology. Play the real game fast from your own PC instead of watching a low quality video stream.

Play Games Up to 100x Faster

Utomik makes playing games as easy as listening to music on Spotify. Gone are the days of long downloads, installations and never-ending patches. Unlike existing streaming services, Utomik runs the real game on your PC. A very small part is downloaded to launch you into the game, while the remaining data downloads during play.

Because Utomik runs the real game on your PC, you get the 100% original game experience, not a low quality video stream surrogate. Utomik's technology works both on old and new PC titles, without needing changes from the game developer – making it a zero effort to launch games on Utomik.

Unlimited Gaming for Everyone

Utomik will feature games in all popular genres, both new and classic titles. All classic games are playable within the monthly subscription, with new releases available for purchase as Premium games. Currently 80 games are under contract with many more in the pipeline for the commercial launch.

About Utomik

Utomik provides 1250+ PC games in a monthly subscription, with more titles being added every week. Using our state of the art technology, games are playable after downloading only a small part. Get the full gaming experience with no streaming and no lag.

There is a wide variety of games available thanks to partnerships with publishers and developers such as  Idea Factory International, Curve Digital and many more. Games from multiple genres such as FPS, RPG, Strategy, Action Adventure, Indie and many more provide a deeply diverse catalog with something to enjoy for every kind of gamer.

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