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Zlabia : Le rendez-vous des Juifs d'Algerie Red social de Romance(™) BENGKEL Las BINTARO JAYA Netlog Taking Gaming Seriously, Prepares For US, Dubai Expansion (TCTV) Netlog, the company that sagely changed its name from Facebox in 2007, is taking this gaming thing pretty seriously. While the bread and butter of the Belgium-based operation is still social— with 69 million members on its youth-centric social network— gaming is now nearly 20% of revenues and climbing, according to Netlog founder, Lorenz Bogaert. Twenty percent is fairly significant when you consider that its gaming operation, Gatcha!, launched just 8 months ago. At its core, Gatcha! Gatcha! That’s not to say that Netlog is giving up on Netlog, its social website. Since 60% of Netlog’s traffic comes from less than a dozen countries— most significantly from France, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg— the company plans to change its strategy this year by shifting resources to the most important markets. However, the question I find really interesting here is: what Netlog will be able to do in the Middle East? Our video interviews with Bogaert below:

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AdoptaUnTí 500 Internal Server Error YC-Funded Koduco Is Bringing Old-School Fun To Multiplayer iPad Games Look at the multitude of games available on the iPad, and you’ll find a similar theme across many of them: they’re bigger versions of their iPhone counterparts. They’re touchscreen enabled, sport colorful graphics, and are plenty fun — but they often fail to take advantage of the fact that the iPad can accommodate two or more people sitting next to each other playing on the same device, the way they would with the classic table-top games of yore. Koduco is a new Y Combinator company that is looking to fill this niche with an array of multiplayer games designed for the tablet form factor. And if their first game is any indication, they may be onto something special. Koduco has already created a handful of traditional board game apps, but their first game to really embrace this collaborative experience launches today.

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