Sony Online Entertainment has announced plans to introduce Mac support for the games it hosts at The Station.
The Station - a games portal - has over 11.5 million registered users, and describes itself as the "first mainstream online gaming site to make a commitment to the growing Mac gaming audience". The company also plans to become an official Mac developer, bringing Jeopardy! Online and Wheel of Fortune Online to the Mac.
Russell Shanks, VP and chief technology officer at Sony Online Entertainment, said: "We're excited to extend our online gaming efforts to Mac users. As The Station's audience continues to grow, we know that the Macintosh platform will play a significant role."
Apple's VP worldwide developer relations, Ron Okamoto said: "Mac OS X is an incredible platform for gaming, with exceptionally stunning 2D and 3D graphics, and has attracted the best game titles for both casual and hardcore gamers. We're thrilled that Mac gamers of all levels will be able to experience the power of The Station."
Other games hosted by The Station include; Empyrean, Yuetan, Bingo and Slots and Checkers. The company will be working to bring all its online titles to the Mac.