International gaming search engine launches in the U.S.

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Wazap, a game search engine, has launched in the United States and will offer targeted vertical search results on all aspects of the gaming sector.

The company hopes that it will serve as an authoritative source of gaming information. Users can obtain extensive and accurate results across categories including news, reviews, cheats and downloads.

The U.S. version of Wazap is a revamped design from those, which currently exist in Asia and Europe.

New features include a personalized search function and the easier to use engine.

Wazap is unique because of its accurate and relevant search results. Wazap also promises to provide a strong suite of community features, enabling visitors to input personal evaluations and comments that continually improve rankings and search results.

MyWazap is a personized element of Wazap, which allows users to create profiles detailing favorite games, platforms and preferred genres.

Before launching in this country, the gaming engine saw significant success in the international market. In fact, the company boasts that it is currently the most highly trafficked gaming information site in Japan. It is seeing steady growth in Germany, where the company is headquartered, and in China, where it launched in late 2006. The new design seen in the United States will premiere in Germany in June and will expand to other territories in following months.

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