MySpace to launch a casual gaming area.

MySpace is trying to drive more visitors to its site, or rather keep the visitors from leaving them for Facebook. It looks as though the games will be provided by a 3rd Party company that has private label games. MySpace is set to launch a new casual games area on the site early next year, reports The Wall Street Journal. The games will be provided by Oberon Media, a company that specializes in developing private label gaming sites for major Internet brands including Yahoo and Microsoft.

MySpace is trying to drive more visitors to its site, or rather keep the visitors from leaving them for Facebook. It looks as though the games will be provided by a 3rd Party company that has private label games.

MySpace is set to launch a new casual games area on the site early next year, reports The Wall Street Journal. The games will be provided by Oberon Media, a company that specializes in developing private label gaming sites for major Internet brands including Yahoo and Microsoft.

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