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Big Fish Brings Android Games to Its Millions of PC and Mac Players

Big Fish (…) has just added the ability to offer any Android game, free-to-play or premium, to its worldwide PC and Mac audience.  Powered by BlueStacks’ technology, Big Fish can now satisfy its 80 million+ PC and Mac players’ pent-up

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Big Fish Games earned $220m in 2012

The casual gaming platform Big Fish Games earned more than $220 million in revenue in 2012. Last year marked the company’s 10th birthday, and also its 10th consecutive year of revenue growth. Big Fish produces and distributes thousands of games

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Big Fish Games launches its first free-to-play game on PCs and Macs

Adapting to the biggest wave of change in the game business, Big Fish Games is launching ist first free-to-play game on ist global PC and Mac app store today.The free-to-play title — which lets users play for free and pay

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Bigfish Games starts real money gambling on iOS

IPhone users will soon be able to gamble with real money on virtual slot machines, trying their luck with the swipe of an index finger. Big Fish Games Inc. is introducing a version of its gambling application Big Fish Casino

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Big Fish acquires Self Aware Games

Big Fish, one of the biggest social publishers, has announced yet another acquisition, this time with Self Aware Games. The smaller studio is well known for casino-type games on a variety of platforms. Big Fish Games will maintain the 25-person

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Big Fish is on track for $130 Million revenue this year

Big Fish Games, made more than $100 million in revenue in 2009 off of its bite-sized games. Big Fish chief Jeremy Lewis says that an estimate of 30% growth in revenue this year is “conservative,” hinting that the company’s 2010

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Big Fish wants to expand

Zynga may be darling of the social game industry, but Big Fish Games has been selling casual games for eight years now (…) The Seattle-based company is expanding overseas today with five localized language portals in Brazilian Portuguese, Danish, Dutch,

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