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Wednesday, 24 October 2007 11:05

MySpace to introduce Online games

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Teams up with Oberon Media

MySpace,
the online social networking Website, has teamed up with Oberon Media to create a casual online gaming portal.

The partnership will enable MySpace users to download thousands of games and fill their hours of browsing with interludes of casual gaming. The gamers will be able to compete directly with other online users, and this will no doubt add to MySpace’s appeal.

The new deal will begin in 2008. Check out more here.
Last modified on Wednesday, 24 October 2007 20:56

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