Jun 27, 2012
Entatech UK Ltd has announced their exciting new distribution partnership with Excalibur Publishing, a leading manufacturer of PC games, specialising in simulation-only titles.
Part of Contact Sales, Excalibur Publishing license and develop games products exclusively for the PC market, distributing them throughout Europe and other world territories. Some of their greatest sellers include Farming Simulator, Euro Truck and Bus Simulator 2.
Commenting on the partnership Entatech Retail Manager, Paul Olliver, commented “Excalibur Publishing is a fantastic brand and we are really looking forward to increasing awareness of their product range amongst our customer database. They have a wide variety of games which will appeal to the occasional gamer through to the die-hards. We are also going to be running a series of promotions in conjunction with Excalibur so please speak to a member of Entatech’s sales team for more details.”
Company Director, Robert Stallibrass, said “We are very happy to have established this partnership with Entatech. We believe their business model perfectly complements our future objectives and we hope to work closely with them and utilise their vast customer database to further grow our business and increase our UK market share.”
Excalibur Publishing’s exciting simulation games are now available for thrill seekers to buy from Entatech’s website entaonline.com. To view Excalibur Publishing’s full product range with Entatech please click here.
Entatech is a leading IT distributor with over 20 years’ experience in the IT industry. With over 8500 products from 65 manufacturers Entatech supply innovative products at competitive prices accompanied by a friendly approach and an award winning sales team. Visit entaonline.com for full information about each of Entatech’s seven product divisions, a meet the team facility, express shopping, special offers, bundles and comprehensive account management facilities.
About Excalibur Publishing
Founded in 1997 by Robert Stallibrass as a distribution arm for mainstream PC products, Contact Sales has metamorphosed into a highly competitive publishing partner for flight, train, truck and many other simulations developers. In 2004, it launched its Excalibur Publishing arm to offer the same successful sales and marketing tool to developers undertaking genres that differ to the simulations market. Late 2011 saw the launch of the Extra Play budget brand, intended to offer a cheaper alternative to full-priced PC titles, while never compromising quality and playability.