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|| Abu Dhabi firm invests $2.5 million in two online gaming firms

twofour54-tahadi.jpgTwofour54, the Abu Dhabi media firm, has announced new venture capital investment deals with two online games companies, Tahadi Games and Jawaker worth $2.5 million.

Tahadi is established in 2008 and aims to be the region's leading online games publisher for client and browser based massive multiplayer online (MMO) games. Jawaker is a multiplayer card gaming website developed especially for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and is launched in April of 2009.

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