Teepee Games In Deal With Casual Gaming Start Up

TEEPEE GAMES IN DEAL WITH CASUAL GAMING START UP

09th March, 2012 at 14:38:14
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

New face in the social gaming scene established by St Minver founder

Online portal and Facebook App TeePee Games has partnered with Gibraltar-based gaming start up Nektan.

Nektan, established by Gary Shaw (who founded St Minver ), and its subsidiary St. Endellion - a Gibraltar licenced gambling operator and a US State lottery provider, owns and operates brands Sklots.com and Skilljuice.com and is associated with game development studio's ROOT9 MediaLab and Arcadelia AB.

Under the terms of the partnership, Nektan's first Facebook game " Click and Clear ", an in-house developed puzzle game, has been made available through the TeePee Games portal and Facebook application. Click and Clear has reportedly reached, in a relatively short space of time, Teepee Games' most popular Top 10.

Darren Newnham, head of content at TeePee Games, Nektan is an up and coming company which is going to take the online games scene by storm. Its puzzle title Click and Clear has only been on TeePee Games for a very short space of time but has already shown huge amounts of potential.

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