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Contest2win.com launches Web Charades

12-May-2007
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Contest2win.com launches Web Charades

Contests2win.com has announced the launch of Web Charades. The game has been launched in association with digital interface devices company Logitech. Web Charades is the Internet extension of the popular game Dumb Charades, and it will now be possible to play this game online on Contests2win.com.

Founded in August 1998, Contests2win is a consumer media company for people to play various formats of contest leading several prizes to be won through a Web experience.

Players have to guess the name of the movie that the model is ‘enacting’ by understanding the cues that are given, using the usual Dumb Charades clues. Successful participants can win themselves a Logitech-QuickCam. This game is facilitated through video and not in the usual illustrated or animated formats of online games.

Raj Menon, COO, Contests2win.com, said, “The Internet is evolving and so are consumers’ expectations with regards to content. They are exposed to the very best from sites like YouTube and expect the same from Indian sites. C2W has been the pioneer in innovative solutions. This is C2W’s first foray into video contesting using formats that the Indian consumer can relate to and enjoy.”

Moninder Jain, Director-South Asia, Logitech, said, “Web Charades brings to life the attributes of Logitech QuickCam -- an interactive range of web cameras with outstanding features that combine quality with aesthetic elegance. The webcams allow users to experience echo-free audio with RightSound technology and tame bad lighting with the state-of-the-art RightLight 2 technology. Logitech is actively engaging the use of new media in the era of Web 2.0 and using opportunities like those that exist in adver-gaming to engage with the consumer in the most intuitive way possible.”

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