Converge ICT is upgrading its Vision Xperience Box with video games.
The telco released the Vision box back in July as a bundle to its internet plans. It’s essentially an Android TV box that gives its users access to a lot of popular streaming services like HBO Go, Spotify, YouTube, and others, as well as a couple of cable channels. The device was launched in partnership with Pacific Kabelnet.
To further improve its entertainment value, the company will update the box with a family game called Conrad’s Happy City, making Converge the first ISP to launch a branded online game.
Converge cites that casual games like this one have been a critical source of entertainment as more families are stuck at home.
The service was made possible by mgames, the social gaming platform of Mineski Global. It brings 200 exclusive casual games to the box, with Conrad’s Happy City developed for the Xperience Box itself.
Conrad’s Happy City features Converge’s mascot whose aim is to keep the city happy by bringing them an internet connection. The game tasks you to jump over communities and turn gray houses into colorful and happy homes.
You can get the Converge Vision Xperience Box for Php99/month for 65 channels and Php299/month for 82 channels. Existing owners of the box will automatically get the new games via a software update.