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Yahoo Teams with GameSpot on Game Content

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Yahoo Games and GameSpot announced a partnership through which GameSpot’s PC and video game content offering will be provided to Yahoo Games users.

This will start in the first quarter of 2005.

As video games become increasingly popular among a broader consumer audience, this arrangement will enable Yahoo! Games to further expand its content offering into video games, which will complement its already strong offering in casual games. In turn, GameSpot will gain greater exposure before Yahoo’s expansive audience.

“Yahoo! Games is the number one casual games site on the Internet, and now we want to become the destination of choice for video gamers,” said Geoff Graber, general manager of Yahoo! Games. “GameSpot content is a key part of our strategy to raise the company to a new level in online games.”

“Our partnership with Yahoo! Games marks another major step in establishing GameSpot as the leading content source for the rapidly expanding games market, and exposes our brand to millions of new users,” said Vince Broady, senior vice president of CNET Networks’ games and entertainment. “Our internal site growth, combined with our ever expanding network of content partners — which include leading portals, retailers, and wireless carriers — has made us the standard for games information worldwide.”

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