Hey there, socially connected, internet-savvy gamers! I know a fair amount of you already use Raptr, the internet-based, platform agnostic stat-tracking and internet messaging service for gamers that pools together information culled from your Xbox Live , PSN and Steam accounts. In case you didn’t know, the company relaunched its site yesterday, making it easier for you to share and find the game-related news you want to read.
It all works like like a seamless blend of N4G, Digg and Facebook and allows you to submit links to gaming news like the *cough* onesyoufindhere *cough*. Check it out, at Raptr.com
Rawr after the jump.
San Francisco – May 26, 2011 – Raptr, the leading social network for gamers, has launched a social news platform, adding a significant new dimension to its popular service. The milestone expansion will enable users to submit stories that are then voted on by the community and automatically targeted based on a person’s gaming profile and gameplay activity. The evolved Raptr goes live today with its more than eight million user base at http://raptr.com.
â€œAt Raptr we’re reinventing the way people stay connected and informed about the games they care aboutâ€, said Dennis Fong, CEO of Raptr. â€œWe’re excited by the launch of the new community-driven website because it builds upon the success of our existing service and provides a new way to discover and share content.â€
Raptr now intelligently delivers the most relevant content based on the games and platforms you own, your recent gameplay, and what your friends are sharing. Raptr also helps players discover additional content by determining your gaming preferences, such as gaming genres, developers, and publishers that interest you. Users can submit and share a mix of content including news, videos, screenshots, status updates, and reviews.
Today, Raptr’s full feature set includes:
â€¢ Personalized news feed
â€¢ Community-curated content
â€¢ Expanded topics to include all things related to gaming
â€¢ Suggestion engine to help you discover new games
â€¢ Automatic gameplay and achievements tracker on PC, Xbox 360 and PS3
â€¢ Centralized buddy list and friend tracker
â€¢ In-game chat and web browsing for PC games
More than eight million people already use Raptr to track their gameplay and connect with their friends across PC, console, and web games. Raptr tracks more than 23 million gaming sessions and over a billion minutes of gameplay each month, providing users real-time insight into what’s hot in gaming.
Last Updated: May 27, 2011