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Snapchat to launch gaming platform next month: Cheddar


Parent of Snapchat messaging app Snap Inc plans to announce its gaming platform for developers next month, online news service Cheddar reported on Friday, citing a person familiar with the matter. (Reuters Technology) More More

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