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Thursday, 02 August 2012 12:20

OUYA strikes deal with VEVO for music

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Unveils special edition console


OUYA got a new update on its Kickstarter page announcing a new partnership with VEVO in order to bring music videos to OUYA. In addition to the deal with VEVO, Fuseproject also unveiled its new "last 7 days" special edition OUYA console and controller.

In order to celebrate its last week on Kickstarter as well as over 47,000 backers and US $6.1 million in funds, Fuseproject has announced a new deal with VEVO that will bring high definition music video to OUYA. According to details, VEVO is committed to launch with OUYA when it comes in March 2013 and will bring a rich catalogue of over 50k high-definition music videos to OUYA. In addition to music videos from top-selling artists, VEVO also includes live concerts and original music programming.

In addition to the VEVO deal, Fuseproject also announced its "last week" special edition OUYA console and controller. The console only comes in a different color and features O-U-Y-A letters on right side buttons, something that many backers have been asking for. It is a limited edition backer exclusive and those that want it have to raise their pledge up to US $140.

As noted, this is the last week for Fuseproject's OUYA on Kickstarter and there are still over 40k US $99 pledges left in case you want to go for it.

You can check it out here.

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