LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Left Behind Games Inc. (OTC:LFBG), dba LB Games®, the leading publisher of exclusively Christian video games, announced today that it has acquired the assets of MyPraize®, one of the largest Christian social media networks, established in 2005. LB Games’ CEO, Troy Lyndon, says, “The MyPraize® acquisition is strategic because it expands our reach to new customers while providing the platform to connect regularly with them.” MyPraize is currently online at www.mypraize.com.
MyPraize currently enjoys more than 140,000 recently active subscribers. Matt Gaiser, Site Administrator for MyPraize, says, “We’ve been excited to see how our online community has thrived. Through common interests, people are connecting on a much more valuable, deeper level than Facebook.” LB Games anticipates exponential growth from this new wholly-owned subsidiary and expects MyPraize to become the #1 way Christians connect online over the next 3 years.
MyPraize Founder, Joshua Holmes, says, “Working with LB Games these past 2 months has resulted in remarkable synergy.” MyPraize 2.0 is expected to be released later this year, is written in Java, and will sport an online Christian marketplace focused on the interests of faith-based audiences, including those who buy Christian music, videos and more.
About Left Behind Games Inc.
Left Behind Games Inc., dba LB Games®, is the world’s largest Christian video game publisher. For more information, go to www.leftbehindgames.com.
About MyPraize, Inc.
MyPraize, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Left Behind Games Inc. and one of the world’s largest Christian social media networks. For more information, go to www.mypraize.com.
LB GAMES and MyPraize are registered trademarks of Left Behind Games Inc. All rights reserved. LEFT BEHIND is a registered trademark of Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. All rights reserved.
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