Jambool Goes International

Mon, Mar 15, 2010

Facebook, Social

Triplepoint client Jambool, the universal payment system that developers can use in Facebook with their service called Social Gold has announced that they are going international to allow players from all parts of the world to purchase in-game currency. This is clearly a step in the right direction considering the international audience of Facebook continues to grow and grow.

The initial 9 countries supported are all English-speaking countries. The plan of course, is to add several more eventually supporting as many of the world’s 150+ currencies as possible. The idea is that more international people will buy more virtual currency if they can pay for it in their native currency.

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