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  • WorldWinner, business-wise: both develop casual games.

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  • You will have the unique opportunity to work in a fast-paced start-up environment in the red hot social gaming space with access to the game portfolio, executives and other resources at GSN/WorldWinner (www. gsn.com, www. worldwinner.com).

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  • WorldWinner, business-wise: both develop casual games.

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  • You will have the unique opportunity to work in a fast-paced start-up environment in the red hot social gaming space with access to the game portfolio, executives and other resources at GSN/WorldWinner (www. gsn.com, www. worldwinner.com).

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  • You will have the unique opportunity to work in a fast-paced start-up environment in the red hot social gaming space with access to the game portfolio, executives and other resources at GSN/WorldWinner (www. gsn.com, www. worldwinner.com).

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  • WorldWinner, business-wise: both develop casual games.

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  • WorldWinner, business-wise: both develop casual games.

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  • You will have the unique opportunity to work in a fast-paced start-up environment in the red hot social gaming space with access to the game portfolio, executives and other resources at GSN/WorldWinner (www. gsn.com, www. worldwinner.com).

    CrunchBoard Jobs

  • Viximo has distribution partnerships with leading online gaming sites Quibblo and WorldWinner, as well as popular Facebook applications We're Related, Always Athletes, Birthday Calendar and Family Tree.

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  • "We know men aren't trading little-known sports facts with their buddies just for bragging rights; they want to win," said Peter Blacklow, president of WorldWinner.

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