|Category||Games, Video and Entertainment|
|Description||casual competitive multiplayer games|
|Series A, 7/07 ||€1.5M|
Geewa develops and operates real-time casual competitive browser-based games for web, mobile phones and interactive TV.
The Geewa 3.0 platform (released in May 2009) provides full social gaming support, incorporating a web messenger (in-browser IM), original “animated avatars”, virtual goods, micro-payments, player competitions and more.
In 2010 Geewa released its first game on Facebook called Pool Live Tour. The game is continuously growing in popularity and as of September 2011 amongst the Top100 Facebook Applications with over 1.200.000 DAU.
Geewa’s business model is based on 2 main revenue streams. The first one is user generated micro-transactions and virtual goods. The second one is advertising (primarily premium ad positions, i.e. pre-roll and post-roll with stable 10% CTRs).
Based in Prague, Geewa is enabling players around the world to compete in real-time. As of September 2011 Geewa features about 7mil unique visitors per month either directly on Geewa.com, Facebook or via partners sites using Geewa’s white-label multiplayer gaming platform.
Geewa is a 2008 Red Herring 100 Europe Winner and a Global Red Herring 100 Finalist.
A multi-player game for up to 4 players. Guessing famous quotes and news headlines. Loosely based on the popular Hangman game - with a twist.
The game consists of several rounds where the players simultaneously attempt to guess a famous quote or a news headline letter by letter. A successful round ensures your mountaineer climbs up the face of the rock. However, an unsuccessful round means an unwelcome descent. The first to the top wins! If 2 or more players reach the summit at the same time then the player that would potentially reach the highest altitude wins.
A classic 8-Ball Pool game with well working physics engine. Multi-player online game for 2 users.
|Launch Date||June, 2006|
Multi-player word games for 2 players.
Each player receives 11 letters and tries to create more valid nouns than the opponent. In this way user scores goals than - in 6 rounds. If the match is in a tie then the first additional goal decides.