As Facebook hits 250m monthly gamers it starts rolling out a new Games feed on profiles

As Facebook hits 250m monthly gamers it starts rolling out a new Games feed on profiles

thenextweb.com
New Facebook has released a whole slew of new figures at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco today, showing significant growth in the number of people playing social games and completing microtranscations. The company also revealed that it will be launching a new Timeline section later this week focused on...
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