Home / Industry

SPIL GAMES Chooses MarkMonitor for Global Domain Management

MarkMonitor®, the global leader in enterprise brand protection, today announced that SPIL GAMES, the world's ultimate online game destination, will be using MarkMonitor Domain Management to centrally manage SPIL GAMES' key domains. With MarkMonitor, SPIL GAMES is streamlining and improving its domain management while gaining superior protection for its strategic online assets.

"Because domain names are key to SPIL GAMES' ability to provide a wide variety of fun-to-play and localized games in a range of market segments, the highest levels of manageability and protection are essential," said Ivo Teel, Systems Development Director of SPIL GAMES. "We chose MarkMonitor because of its vast experience and clear commitment to the needs of the corporate market as well as its high level of service."

With over 50 portals, SPIL GAMES is the largest network of casual game portals worldwide based on results from the latest comScore Media Metrix assessment. According to recent reports, SPIL GAMES' worldwide traffic grew 75 percent in 2008, bringing its worldwide casual game portal network ranking from the fifth position in early 2008 to the first position at close of the year.

"As the most established global brand in the casual gaming industry, SPIL GAMES' large and growing global domain name portfolio necessitates an efficient domain management process," said Frederick Felman, Chief Marketing Officer of MarkMonitor. "By using the MarkMonitor Domain Management solution, SPIL GAMES is ensuring a strong portfolio management system to support its core business activity and ensure a positive customer experience."

MarkMonitor Domain Management is the most secure and reliable solution for reducing the time and complexity of managing large corporate domain portfolios. An integrated software as a service (SaaS) solution, Domain Management provides complete visibility into and transparency of every stage of domain management, so enterprises can minimize the risks associated with establishing and maintaining a global web presence while ensuring the greatest benefit possible from online properties.

About SPIL GAMES
Based in the Netherlands, SPIL GAMES is the world's ultimate online game destination, providing online games around the world through more than 50 localized game portals in almost 20 languages. Each SPIL GAMES portal is targeted to a specific segment, including Families, Tweens, and Girls. A deep understanding of the online games market enables SPIL GAMES to produce successful localized portals dedicated to free-to-play, casual games such as gamesgames.com (Family), agame.com (Tweens), and girlsgogames.com (Girls). SPIL GAMES has over 4,000 games in its current portfolio, which have been developed through partnerships with top-notch game developers and studios.

Attracting 100 million unique visitors to its portals worldwide, SPIL GAMES has quickly established itself as a leader in the casual gaming market. For more information, please visit: www.spilgames.com.

About MarkMonitor

MarkMonitor

MarkMonitor®, the world leader in enterprise brand protection and a Thomson Reuters Intellectual Property & Science business, uses a SaaS delivery model to provide advanced technology and expertise that protects the revenues and reputations of the world's leading brands. (Learn More)

Related topics: Cybersquatting, Domain Names, Security

WEEKLY WRAP — Get CircleID's Weekly Summary Report by Email:

Related Blogs

Related News

Topics

Industry Updates – Sponsored Posts

New gTLD .WANG Launched - Here Is Why "Wang" Is Both "King" and "Net" to the Chinese

Public Interest Registry Announces Sunrise Period for New Internationalized Domain Names

General Availability Period for New .RED Top-Level Domain Opens

General Availability Period for New .BLUE Top-Level Domain Opens

General Availability Period for New .PINK Top-Level Domain Opens

New Chinese "Mobile" Top-Level Domain Now Available

New .KIM Domain Goes Live

Welcome .SHIKSHA! General Availability Now Open

Adrian Kinderis Appointed as Chair of Domain Name Association

Internet Reaches 271 Million Domain Names in the Fourth Quarter of 2013

The Future of Chinese Domain Names (a Panel Discussion)

dotStrategy Selects Neustar's Registry Threat Mitigation Services for .BUZZ Registry

Tony Kirsch Announced As Head of Global Consulting of ARI Registry Services

24 Million Home Routers Expose ISPs to Massive DNS-Based DDoS Attacks

Afilias Chairman Appointed to Domain Name Association Board

.BUILD Enters Landrush with Support of ARI Registry Services

Radix Awards Contracts for .website, .host, .space, and .press to CentralNic plc

Afilias Welcomes "Dot Chinese Online" and "Dot Chinese Website" Top-Level Domains to the Internet

What Does a DDoS Attack Look Like? (Watch First 3 Minutes of an Actual Attack)

Joining Forces to Advance Protection Against Growing Diversity of DDoS Attacks

Sponsored Topics