Monday, April 12, 2004

Q&A: Analyst Michael Cai

One technology analyst says interest in games-on-demand is slated to spike--with more ISPs and publishers readying new offers.

As a recently published Parks Associates report suggests, availability, the games-on-demand target audience, and the quality of games being offered is set to change. “Although most games-on-demand services offer small-footprint Internet games and back-catalog retail PC games, the quantity and quality of these games are improving,” said Michael Cai, an analyst with Parks.

From the article "Q&A: Analyst Michael Cai," by Curt Feldman.

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