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Second Life finds new customers
Malaysia Sun – Malaysia
The Second Life virtual computer world, in which users can create characters representing themselves, has had a dramatic shift. …
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Entropia Universe signed up with the China Recreation District in May to help develop a national infrastructure for virtual worlds and e-commerce, all centered around a planet dedicated to China in the virtual universe. Details recently emerged pointing to a massive real-world sales focus from the district as well. Now MIndArk is looking to connect with more business partners in the same vein. “We’re looking at using Entropia as a platform for companies and corporations to come in and use our basic systems, our entertainment systems, social systems, and, obviously, trade systems, to build their own environment,” said MindArk Chief Business Officer Frank Campbell who is at the E for All Expo looking for new partners. “They can build what they want on it and develop content. We are having some discussions with other partners, and I hope we will be able to announce a few more partnerships by Christmas.” More info.
Second Life land baron Anshe Chung wins one of five licenses to open a “bank” (really a virtual pawn shop) in Entropia Universe.
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