Mobile VAS company Tanla Solutions saw a significant decline in its losses year on year, with the net loss at Rs 6.8 crore for the quarter ending June 30, 2013, a 78.3% improvement from Rs 31.34 crore loss in the same quarter last year and up 88% from Rs 59.1 crore last quarter. This is Tanla’s ninth straight loss making quarter and the company had last reported profit in the quarter ending March 31, 2011, where it had recorded a profit after tax of Rs 2.21 crore. Operational Highlights - GameOn: Tanla plans to launch its mobile social gaming platform GameOn in August 2013 and claims to have inked a partnership with a leading handset brand. While the details on GameOn is a bit sparse at the moment, it seems to allow gamers to participate in gaming challenges, battles and tournaments with their friends. It also seems to offer features like global leader boards and social interaction among others. Electronic Arts's "Need For Speed - The Run" will be the first game to integrate the GameOn platform and the company plans to integrate this platform to at least 10 games by the end of FY 2014. - Mobile Consultancy: Tanla says its mobile consultancy service has signed up new clients which includes publishing and retail brands, however it hasn't disclosed any specific names. The projects include building health care mobile apps for fund mobilization, apps for a Middle East insurance company to improve accident reporting and mobile apps for a deals and an e-commerce startup. - Tanla claims to have inked a…
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