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This article was published on May 1, 2012


    Meet Nir Markus of PlayerDuel who wants to make sure none of us have to play games alone

    Meet Nir Markus of PlayerDuel who wants to make sure none of us have to play games alone
    Jamillah Knowles
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    Nir Markus of PlayerDuel was taking part in the Startup Rally at The Next Web conference in Amsterdam. He hopes that all single player games on mobile can become competitive games with friends.

    PlayerDuel provides an SDK for developers that can make most games more social. Markus says that very few games on mobile are designed for playing with friends so the company found a way to invite everyone.

    Check out the video and find out why Markus and PlayerDuel wanted to make sure we can all be social gamers.