Internet Explorer Teams Up with The Hunger Games and Lionsgate for a Revolutionary Web Experience

Posted by Jose Miguel Parrella
Microsoft Interoperability Strategy

If you can’t get enough of The Hunger Games or simply wonder about the recording-breaking buzz this past weekend, check out The Hunger Games Explorer – the go-to destination and online hub for all the latest on the blockbuster series in an interactive and rich web forum.

Part of what makes The Hunger Games experience so great is the devoted fan base, who have broken all sorts of social media records with their conversations about the beloved series.

Microsoft partnered with Lionsgate and RED Interactive Agency to provide a unique way for fans to explore and be a part of The Hunger Games discussion happening in all corners of the web, as well as have a global destination for new content, experiences and unprecedented behind-the-scenes access.

Our goal was to create the best fan site possible, showcasing responsive web design, multi-touch and HTML5, so it really shined on Windows 8 with IE10, as well as other modern platforms across the web. The resulting community allows users to interact and engage in conversations in a much easier, more interesting way across platforms and devices.

Learn more about how to join the web revolution on the Exploring IE blog. Or customize your own site at and let us know what you think in the comments. “May the odds be ever in your favor!”

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