Game on with one hand courtesy new smartphone app

By: GizBot Bureau

    You don't need both hands to game on: Plug into Gamezop, a new casual gaming app that lets you tinker around with the latest international games on your smartphone, say its developers.

    Game on with one hand courtesy new smartphone app

    Start-up app Gamezop acts as a one-stop destination for games and will represent India in the semi-finals of International Business Model Competition 2016 to be held at the Microsoft Campus in Redmond, Washington, the US.

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    IIT-Kharagpur's Entrepreneurship Cell (E-Cell) on Saturday announced the winners of Empresario 2016, the annual global business model competition presented with IBM. The Delhi-based start-up won a fully sponsored trip to participate directly in the semi-final round of the global contest scheduled on April 29 and April 30.

    Gamezop is a game aggregator that lets users choose from 350 games that can be played with a single hand, said Gaurav Agarwal, co-founder at Gamezop.

    "If you are travelling in the Metro and have one hand free, you could keep yourself engaged with the Android app. It is a host app that aggregates games from across the world particularly from Europe. Players can even get offline access to the games," Agarwal told IANS at the award announcement.

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    In business for seven months, the start-up aims to scale up to at least 1,000 games. Empresario is a major event of the E-Cell's ongoing Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) that concludes on Sunday with the launch of KGP Angel Investors' Network and Kharagpur Product Innovation Network.

    Source IANS

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