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Face Up Gaming presents a new product

According to the New York software developer Game Face Gaming, Inc., its new product may sound contradictive, but it’s not, really. Namely, the thing is that the social networking poker game dubbed Face Up Gaming can be customized for privacy.

The company also specified that a “home game” experience will be generated thanks to the game’s privacy component that it’s currently working on. The home game version, it says, mirrors the social experience but confines it to the player’s own home and circle of invited guests in real time and online.

"We have completed the design and will very shortly launch the first truly home game experience, not just a private table but an actual home game online," Felix Elinson, the firm's CEO said this week, adding: "We have designed this product to address the massive home game market. We believe that millions of people get together from time to time in homes and other locations to enjoy a friendly game and our product will provide the same experience online."

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