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Submitted by gamerlive 748d ago | interview

Goodgames.org Allows Casual Gamers To Play For Their Favorite Charities

Forbes - Goodgames.org, which is powered by Arkadium casual games, has officially launched. The online gaming site, which will expand to HTML5 for mobile devices in the near future, allows the growing number of casual gamers to play games and help their favorite charitable organization (big or small) in the process. Scott Garell, CEO of Goodsearch, explains why gaming has the potential to raise over $1 billion for charities in this exclusive interview. (Arkadium, Casual games, Goodgames, PC, Scott Garell)

jagiii  +   748d ago
It's great to see any company connect gamers with charities.

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