LOS ANGELES: OCTOBER 30, 2007 - King.com, the world's largest skill games site, today announced that it has signed an agreement extending its relationship with Yahoo!. Under the agreement, King.com will provide skill games across Yahoo! Games.
"We are happy to continue our very successful relationship with Yahoo! and this marks a moment of consolidation for King.com," said Toby Rowland, co-Founder and co-CEO of King.com. "King.com game's are very popular on Yahoo! Games and we look forward to many more years of success and bringing the best skill games to audiences worldwide."
King.com will provide a continuously growing library of over 60 skill games to Yahoo! across a range of genres such as puzzle, action, strategy, word, sports and card games. King.com also provides its exclusive licensed games based on hit TV shows such as American Idol, Deal or No Deal, American Idol and 1 vs. 100 in addition to the best casual games such as Bejeweled 2 and Jeanette Lee 8-Ball billiards.
Visitors to Yahoo! Games enjoy a seamless experience between Yahoo! and King.com and users get all the benefits of the King.com skill games platform. In Europe, King.com has been the provider of skill games to Yahoo! for the last three years.
Launched in 2004, King.com is the world's largest skill games site with 80 million games played in the month of January 2007. King offers more than 60 games, and is available in 9 languages and seven currencies. King is the exclusive provider of skill games for brands such as American Idol, Deal or No Deal, and 1 vs. 100.
King is incorporated in the state of Delaware and the company has offices in Los Angeles, London (UK), Hamburg (Germany), Rome (Italy) and Stockholm (Sweden). King.com is a founder member of ISGA (North American Interactive Skill Games Association). The ISGA can be found at http://www.onskill.org.
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