BTopenworld has set its sights on the online gaming world after purchasing the assets of Games Domain.
Along with a UK user base of 800,000 players, BTopenworld has also acquired the rights to give Games Domain members access to online games without them having to pay the full purchase price.
The Software To Go trial is available as either a pay-per-hour, weekend, 48-hours or week option, with 10 minutes of free play on each title.
BTopenworld said that Games Domain would also serve as a platform for its own online gaming developments coming later this year.
Ben Andradi, president and chief operating officer at BTopenworld, said: "Our purchase of Games Domain reflects our alignment with market leading players to support every facet of our comprehensive games destination site."
GamesDomain.co.uk was put up for sale by its parent company TheGlobe.com in July.
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