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GamersFlux launches WOWPals – Location-based service for World of Warcraft guilds and players
Israel – GamersFlux, a company developing online services for gamers, launched its public alpha WOWPals service to World of Warcraft gamers. The service lets World of Warcraft players hook up with other local players, form local communities, easily find members for local guilds and share WoW related updates between friends through Twitter.
WOWPals is the first to provide location-based services for gamers. GamersFlux built WOWPals to ease the task for World of Warcraft players and guilds to connect with other players around their geographical area.
“Being World of Warcraft fans ourselves, we were frustrating by the lack of an organized way to locate and connect with local players in the area where we live. So, we came up with WOWPals,” says Danny Tsechansky, GamersFlux Co-Founder.
World of Warcraft players and guilds can register their account for WOWPals.NET and start connecting with other players in just a matter of minutes by going to http://wowpals.net and filling a short registration form.
GamersFlux was founder by Danny Tsechansky and Nadav Har Tzvi, avid gamers themselves, who started the company with the hope to eliminating the frustration they experienced over connecting and sharing with players alike.
WOWPals is a service that is at the forefront of connecting local communities of World of Warcraft players and takes this idea to a new level. WOWPals is dedicated to helping you find WOW players and guilds around your geographic area. WOWPals is a subsidiary of GamersFlux, a self-funded company based in Israel.
For more information, please visit: http://wowpals.net