San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 4, 2005
Shockwave.comÂ today announced that its premium subscription service, Shockwave.com GameBlastÂ (http://www.gameblast.com), was named ÂBest Games ServiceÂ at Digital HollywoodÂs first annual On Demandies award ceremony on Thursday, March 31. The awards recognize the highest standards of achievement in on-demand entertainment and technology.
The award comes at a time when GameBlast membership is skyrocketing due to the service's unique value. By aggregating a huge collection of the Web's best premium games and providing a convenient, hassle-free experience, GameBlast is making online and download games accessible and enjoyable for a broad consumer audience.
AtomFilmsÂ®, the film and animation service from AtomShockwave Corp., was the runner up in two award categories Â on-demand film service and broadband video service Â making AtomShockwave the most honored company at the ceremony.
ÂWe are honored to have GameBlast recognized among strong services from Sony, Yahoo!, Disney, and other companies,Â said AtomShockwave CEO Mika Salmi. ÂWe have worked hard to make GameBlast and AtomFilms unique and popular in their respective categories, and our entire company appreciates this recognition from Digital Hollywood.Â
The OnDemandies finalists were determined by industry votes, and winners were chosen by an Awards Committee comprised of veterans from various sectors of the digital entertainment industry. The OnDemandies are produced and presented by Digital Hollywood, a premier entertainment and technology conference.
About Shockwave.com & GameBlast
Shockwave.com (http://www.shockwave.com) is the world's leading destination for online games, serving a large, loyal audience the best in free interactive entertainment since 1998. GameBlast (http://www.gameblast.com) is the premium service of Shockwave.com, offering subscribers over 150 premium online and downloadable games in all categories - action-packed arcade-style games, jigsaws and puzzle games, multiplayer games, and more. Shockwave.com and GameBlast are services of San Francisco-based AtomShockwave Corp.