SocialDeck was founded in 2008 with the vision of enabling "anywhere, anytime, anyone" gaming. The company has launched several titles for the iPhone, Facebook, and BlackBerry using its social gaming platform technology, which enables simultaneous game play across multiple mobile devices and social networks. SocialDeck's technology also facilitates viral content discovery, distribution and monetization.
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