Los Angeles – Gaikai, the operator of a cloud-based video
game streaming service, announced on Tuesday that it has received new
investments from Intel Capital and Limelight Networks.

Financial details were
not disclosed.

Los Angeles-based Gaikai plans to launch its service this
summer, which will utilize Intel equipment and Limelight’s content delivery
network services.

The company recently signed Electronic Arts as a partner, and
will stream titles such as "Mass Effect" and "Medal of
Honor" on its service.

Other investors in Gaikai include Benchmark
Capital, TriplePoint Capital and Rustic Canyon Partners.


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