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MGM, Play.Works Debut 'Pink Panther Time Traveler' Game

'Time Traveler' will be the first of three games based on the character.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer and Play.Works, a Connected TV influencer video and games network, unveiled its "Pink Panther Time Traveler" game, which is available in select territories through connected television devices on multiple platforms.

"PlayWorks is delighted to partner with MGM and bring the Pink Panther to the largest games on TV platform in the world," says Jonathan Boltax, chief executive officer, PlayWorks. "Our fans range from 8 to 88 and the iconic Pink Panther is the perfect vehicle to bring endless hours of entertainment to our TV players around the world."

The game is available to play through the Play.Works Network, which reaches more than 200 million homes and has the largest Connected TV games catalog globally. It is the first of three titles being developed around the Pink Panther.

The "Pink Panther Time Traveler" game allows players to experience the character in more than 200 levels of play, ranging from beginner, advanced, master and expert.

Play.Works developed and built the "Pink Panther Time Traveler" game for TV, and it will be available on leading platforms such as Roku, Comcast's XfinityX1, Videotron (Canada), SkyQ and Smart TV's such as Vizio, LG and Samsung.

"As technology advances, fans can engage with TV platforms in exciting new ways," says Robert Marick, executive vice president, global consumer products and experiences, MGM. "Pink Panther has been a beloved character for generations and we are looking forward to bringing his charming and playful personality to this unique gaming space. Together with Play.Works we've created a fun experience for our fans, both old and new."

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