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November 25, 2010

NetDragon to introduce ’91 Cybercafe’ cafe management tool

Operators can eliminate risk of incompatibility among various cafe management products

By CBR Staff Writer

NetDragon Websoft, an online game developer and operator in China, will introduce its Internet cafe management offering ’91 Cybercafe’ to overseas markets.

By using ’91 Cybercafe’, cafe operators can eliminate the risk of incompatibility among various cafe management products while reducing costs, the company claims.

NetDragon’s new offering integrates four core functions of operational domain management, terminal equipment management, three-level content update, and value-added business promotion.

The company said NetDragon has been providing players a large-scale of online games with which it has gained experience in overseas operations and the needs of Internet cafe operators.

The new ’91 Cybercafe’ will initially be available in Arabic, Spanish and English language versions.

NetDragon hopes to create an integrated promotion platform based on ’91 Cybercafe’ for global game developers, websites and other enterprises who promote their products or services among patrons of Internet cafes, thus realising a win-win offering for content providers, Internet cafe operators and end users.

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