CTXM Continues GamingOS Expansion in Social Networks

. August 31, 2009 . 0 Comments

CTXM has completed an implementation of its GamingOS online gaming platform to one of the biggest social networking websites in the Baltic States, One.lv™, part of Forticom, a group of leading social networks in Russia, the Baltic States and Eastern Europe. The implementation of GamingOS will enable One.lv to offer casual multiplayer games, increasing audience engagement and providing monetization possibilities.

GamingOS is a hybrid of console gaming, Flash™ games and social networking. GamingOS has been adapted for social multiplayer gaming, providing website visitors with a range of multiplayer casual games. It is open for integration with third-party games and most social networks. GamingOS includes features like monetizing tools, social drivers, leader boards, tournaments and much more. The gaming setup of GamingOS can include casual play, play-for-money and gambling modes.

“We believe this partnership is a logical extension of our YouZang social gaming project on Facebook™, Vkontakte™ and Friendster™. “We are very proud to share our game development experience with Forticom, which is one of the world leaders in social networking” said Victor Stepanov, COO of CTXM.

About Forticom:

Forticom develops leading local social networks in Central/Eastern Europe and Russia (one.lv, one.lt, odnoklassniki.ru, nasza-klasa.pl), having combined user base of over 55 million people. With over 800 thousand registered users, One.lv is the largest social network for Russian-speaking audience in Latvia.

About CTXM:

CTXM provides its clients with innovative, efficient turnkey solutions, including gaming foundation platforms, casino and fixed-odds games, turnkey gaming and payments solutions. CTXM develops gaming solutions for leading operators in the iGaming and eGambling industries. CTXM partners with leading game publishers and IP owners. Since 2004, CTXM has developed over 100 gambling applications, 20 titles for PC, XBOX Live, and iPhone and has co-published over 100 casual game titles in Central and Eastern Europe. More information: www.ctxm.com


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