Spil Picks MarkMonitor To Defend Domains

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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.

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