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IMAC Invests $15 Million In In2Games

| 12 Jun 2007 14:10
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Ingenious Media Active Capital (IMAC) has announced a $15 million investment in game controller company In2Games Limited.

Best known for creating the glove-based Gametrak controller, In2Games has also developed a wireless motion controller for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles, as well as the PC. Known as Gametrak Fusion, it can track the position and movement of up to four players at once. The IMAC investment will be used to launch the Gametrak Fusion controller, as well as help In2Games broaden its product lineup.

IMAC director Patrick McKenna said, "We believe there is a really exciting opportunity ahead for In2Games to capitalize on key drivers of change in the videogames market as they continue to roll out innovative hardware combined with great software.

"In Gametrak Fusion, In2Games has created the definitive motion gaming platform for the next generation of games consoles and I look forward to this product driving the company into a period of rapid growth."

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