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CYBERARTS TO LAUNCH SOCIAL BINGO GAME
15th September, 2011 at 13:19:09
Multi-pronged approach to the social gaming market...and the possibility of converting players to online bingo...is sure to attract interest
Attracting attention at the EiG expo this week in Milan is the latest offering from San Francisco-based Cyberarts, a veteran industry developer perhaps best known for its scaleable online poker products (see previous reports).
The centrepiece of the Cyberarts presence in Milan is Big Boat Bingo, a comprehensively designed online game that uses the social gaming phenomenon of sites like Facebook to access players and perhaps convert them to more conventional internet gambling activity.
The company's vid at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xuk19oA4u00 punts the appeal of 750 million users of the Facebook site, with some 400 million of them actively interested in gaming and spending around $3 billion a year on their choice of action.
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