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Submitted by CaptainCamper 979d ago | opinion piece

Browser/Social Gaming: Not A Sure Fire Bet Afterall

It’s not exactly a secret. The world of social and browser-based gaming is a huge market, with an estimated worth of $60 billion by 2017, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out why every company in the industry is trying to take a slice of this lucrative pie. However, the industry is not as easily infiltrated as it once was. (PC, Zynga)

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