Messaging app Viber makes games services available to users wordwide
Chat app Viber has reportedly opened its games services to all users across the world.
Washington: Chat app Viber has reportedly opened its games services to all users across the world.
According to Tech Crunch, the company, which was bought by Rakuten for 900 million dollars a year ago, initially launched three games for users in Belarus, Malaysia, Israel, Singapore and Ukraine in December 2014.
The games titled Viber Candy Mania, Wild Luck Casino and Viber Pop are apparently standalone apps with links to Viber.
Viber CEO Talmon Marcos said that he was thrilled to bring the titles to more of Viber's international userbase, which currently stands at 236 million active monthly users, the report added.