German Social Gaming Company Released Euro 2012 Game on Facebook

Renowned European social gambling company Crowdpark launched a new football game on Facebook ahead of Euro 2012.

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Crowdpark, a social gaming enterprise operating in full compliance with German gambling laws, announced the launch of a brand new social betting game, “90Live”, on Facebook. The game’s launch was strategically timed for the Euro 2012 Football Championships.

90Live combines social aspects of football with live betting, weekly and daily predictions, as well as trivia questions. Members are invited to compete against each other using virtual currency, supporting their national teams and interaction with other fans to get their country’s team to the top of the rankings.

Social gaming has received a strong boost in recent months with more and more operators of online sportsbooks in Germany and worldwide realizing the importance of social media market. Both online bookies and independent companies rush to present their take on social gaming on Facebook.

The special Euro 2012 version of the 90Live is available to all soccer fans and comes with specific Euro 2012 trivia questions, betting on the upcoming games, various special offers tied with the Championship, and extensive opportunities to earn points.

Martin Frindt, Crowdpark’s co-founder, told Germany gambling news: “Live in-play betting is the fastest-growing type of sports betting and we’re excited to be pioneering real-time football betting on Facebook. With our newest game, 90Live, we continue to position ourselves in the social betting field with a vast market potential.”

The social gambling company, Crowdpark, is currently offering various betting and casino solutions for several platforms such as Facebook, Internet, and mobile. The company is best known for its extremely popular social betting game Bet Tycoon.

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