Open Network Entertainment


Open Network Entertainment
Open Network Entertainment (ONE)
Type Private
Industry Computer and video game industry
Founded Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey (2009)
Key people Peter Grubb (Vice President, Sales & Marketing)
Website ONE website

Open Network Entertainment (ONE) is a joint venture between parent company LTI Global, Inc./ Locus Communications (a US-based marketer and distributor of prepaid products including phone cards) and Korean company PayLetter, Inc. (a service provider handling content related and micro-transaction billing processes). The company was created in 2009 with the stated mission of “providing value added services to online game publishers, retailers and gamers” through game cards available at retail stores and online.[1]

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Products

ONE Universal Power-Up Game Card

In October 2009, ONE announced the availability of its first product, the ONE Universal Power-Up Game Card, a prepaid game card that enables purchasers to play a variety of massively multiplayer online games [2] and purchase virtual goods within those games (micro-transactions). The cards are carried in Rite-Aid stores in North America [3] and are available in denominations of $10 and $20. Customers may add more currency to the card in order to maintain its use.[4]

Games Playable using the ONE Power-Up Game Card

Game Developer
Asda Story OnNet USA
Atlantica Online Ndoors
Cue Online OnNet USA
Dragon Sky Aeria Games
Dream of Mirror Online Aeria Games
Fantage Fantage
Free Style Street Basketball JCE GSP
Last Chaos Aeria Games
Luminary: Rise of the Goonzu Ndoors
Manga Fighter OnNet USA
MLB Dugout Heroes OnNet USA
Project Torque Aeria Games
Shaiya Aeria Games
Shot Online 2009 OnNet USA
Sudden Attack GameHi
Turf Battles Smilegate
Twelve Sky Aeria Games
Twelve Sky 2 Aeria Games
Wolf Team Aeria Games
Xiah Rebirth OnNet USA

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