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OnLive Installed on New Philips TVs Powered by Android(TM)

OnLive and TP Vision Partner to Include 'Instant on' Gaming on New Philips TVs

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/02/14 -- OnLive, the leader in cloud gaming, and TP Vision today announced a strategic partnership that will make the OnLive Game Service available on new models of Philips TVs powered by Android™ that will be released in Europe during 2014 and beyond.

The OnLive Game Service Android™ app will be available out-of-the-box alongside other on-demand entertainment apps for music and video. By simply connecting a game controller or Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, users will be able to sign up and connect to their OnLive accounts for access to hundreds of the latest big-name games, playable directly on their Philips TVs.

TP Vision is the exclusive brand licensee of Philips TVs in Europe and Russia, Middle East, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and selected countries in Asia-Pacific. All Philips TVs powered by Android™ feature Ambilight, an LED lighting technology unique to Philips TVs, which throws a glow of light -- matched to the colors on the screen -- onto the wall behind the TV creating a more visually dynamic and immersive experience.

"Integrating OnLive directly onto Philips TVs powered by Android™ is a perfect example of how even the most graphically demanding games can be delivered into the living room without the need for dedicated high-end gaming hardware," said Rick Sanchez, VP for Product and Marketing at OnLive. "OnLive delivers gaming with the same instant-on convenience and benefits that is driving consumers' surging interest for on-demand video and music services."

"We're delighted to be partnering with TP Vision in this way," added Bruce Grove, General Manager at OnLive. "This integration is indicative of our device strategy -- we aim to be wherever players want to play their games. It also aligns extremely well with our imminent expansion in Nordic territories, where the Philips brand continues to be a market leader."

Since its launch in 2010, OnLive has empowered premium-quality gaming via the cloud on nearly any Mac® or PC computer and a wide range of thin client devices, including lightweight laptops, tablets, smart phones and TVs -- platforms that would normally lack the processing power and memory to run graphics intensive games and other applications. Users can enjoy the freedom and convenience of the OnLive Game Service, playing their games seamlessly across connected devices wherever they are.

OnLive will be demonstrating its Game Service on Philips TVs powered by Android™ at IFA in Berlin, Germany, from 5-10 September.

For more information, please visit http://games.onlive.com or www.onlive.co.uk for more details.

About OnLive
OnLive is the originator of fast-twitch cloud gaming. With ground-breaking video compression technology, OnLive instantly delivers full-featured, media-rich applications anytime and anywhere, over any network and across a range of devices. The OnLive Game Service -- with its CloudLift and PlayPack subscriptions -- gives gamers the freedom to play their games on PCs, Macs, tablets and HDTVs. OnLive Go brings the benefits of cloud gaming to MMOs, virtual worlds and other graphics intensive applications. Having pioneered powerful cloud solutions for the most technologically challenging segment, AAA games, OnLive has hundreds of patents that cover its innovations. The company is headquartered in Mountain View, California. More information is available at www.onlive.com and www.onlive.co.uk.

About TP Vision
TP Vision is a dedicated TV player in the world of visual digital entertainment. TP Vision concentrates on developing, manufacturing and marketing Philips branded TV sets in Europe, Russia, Middle East, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and selected countries in Asia-Pacific. We do this by combining our design expertise and innovative Philips TV heritage with the operational excellence, flexibility and speed of TPV Technology. With these combined strengths, we bring high-quality TV sets to the market: smart and easy to use with sophisticated styling. We believe in creating products that offer a superior TV experience for consumers. With Philips TVs, TP Vision is a global leader in the hospitality market. TP Vision is the exclusive brand licensee of Philips TVs for the above listed countries. The TV Company is 100% owned by TPV, the world's leading monitor and LCD TV manufacturer, selling and marketing Philips branded TVs in China. The TPV Group has been able to drive its growth over the years by leveraging its economies of scale and core competencies in R&D, manufacturing, logistic efficiency and quality. TP Vision employs close to 2,000 people in several locations around the globe.

OnLive, the OnLive logo, PlayPack and CloudLift are trademarks or registered trademarks of OL2, Inc. in the United States and other countries. All rights reserved. Google and Android are trademarks or registered trademarks of Google Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. Mac is a trademark or registered trademark of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. All other trademarks mentioned in this news release are the property of their respective owners.

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Media Contacts:
OnLive USA
Jane Anderson
[email protected]
+1 (650) 440-0450

OnLive Europe
James Beaven
[email protected]

TP Vision
Andrew Burslem
[email protected]
Tel: +44 208 682 9040

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