In the past months, Jordan-based mobile game publisher Tamatem, which has received an $11 million investment from Krafton-led financing round, has signed a new deal. The agreement with Royal Jordanian (RJ), a Jordanian airline company, covers passenger comfort and in-flight entertainment content.
Under the deal, Tamatem will integrate several games into SkyConnect, Royal Jordanian’s wireless inflight entertainment system. This deal will make flights more enjoyable, and both companies will benefit. According to a statement released by Royal Jordanian, the agreement was signed between Samer Majali, RJ vice president and CEO, and Hussam Hammo, Tamatem’s Founder and CEO.
According to another RJ statement, gaming machines, tablets, and charging stations will be installed in the Crown Lounge at Queen Alia International Airport as part of the agreement. In the past two years, Jordanian company Tamatem has made a name for itself with various news. The successful company continues to increase the scale with new agreements.