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Games2Win Launches Games Search Engine; Data Collection For Inviziads?

Clearstone funded online Gaming company Games2Win has launched a search engine for games, called GameCurry, report TechCrunch and VentureBeat. GameCurry indexes flash based games, but doesn’t scrape them like ZapakWorld, In.com and Addicting Games etc.

It’s an interesting experiment from Games2Win – depending on searches, they’ll be able to determine what kind of games people are searching for, and based on geographic location, identify demand and trends. That data can then be used for their in-game ad network Inviziads.

The problem for Games2Win is that some of the content just isn’t worth indexing in the first place. I did a search for one of the suggested queries – puzzle. Over half the results on the first page were for Yahoo Games without any relevant information. It’s one thing to have a search engine, quite another to display results that are useful to users. I wonder if Google has a games search engine in the works…

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