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BigDoor acquires OneTrueFan

Seattle based gamification company expands to keep up with demand

BigDoor, the Seattle based ramification company, has acquired OneTrueFan for an undisclosed amount.

OneTrueFan, based in San Francisco, will add its web check in rewards system to BigDoors growing business. According to AllThingsD, OneTrueFan's five employees will remain in San Francisco.

"We'll be focusing on building and running our BigDoor branded rewards program," said the official statement.

"We'll be launching BigDoor Rewards next month and it will carry with it many of the same characteristics publishers loved from OneTrueFan: easy to implement, great analytics, and increased user engagement."

BigDoor offers ramification solutions for non-gaming websites, and was founded in 2009 by Keith Smith and Jeff Malek. It currently has around 300 clients, including Devhub, Buddy TV and Rounds.

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