Movaya

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Movaya
TypeMobile Content Distribution & Services
IndustryWireless
Founded2004
HeadquartersSeattle, WA
Number of employees
19

Movaya was a Seattle-based technology company that developed mobile game distribution and management solutions. It was formed in 2004 by John Calian, Phil Yerkes and Stanley Wang. Movaya also operated a wholly owned subsidiary in Chengdu, China.[1] [2]

Movaya's client and distribution relationships included: Capcom, Walmart, Gamehouse, RealArcade, RealNetworks, Reaxion, Superscape, COM2US, GOSUB 60, Kingston Technology and Mobliss.

History[edit]

Movaya launched PlugNPlay - a mobile game ecommerce network - in March 2007

Movaya launched TryNBuy - a mobile game free trial download service - in February 2008

Movaya was purchased by Digby Mobile Commerce in late 2009. Digby was itself acquired by Phunware in May 2014.[3]

Mobile Game Title Examples in Movaya Network[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Movaya Launches Mobile Game Distribution Web Service
  2. ^ Movaya Launches Free Trial Download Service for Mobile Games
  3. ^ Hawkins, Lori (6 May 2014). "Austin software maker Phunware buys mobile developer Digby". Gannett. Retrieved 16 April 2022.