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March 19, 2008 12:54 PM

WildTangent's surge makes top 10 Web list, St. John aiming high

Posted by Brier Dudley

Traffic to WildTangent, the Redmond-based game network, leaped 35 percent from January to February, putting the site on comScore's list of the top 10 fastest growing U.S. sites.

WildTangent boss Alex St. John had a quick answer when I e-mailed to find out what's going on.

He said WildTangent has been surging as games with huge audiences join its advertising and distribution network. The jump registered by comScore was the result of adding "Adventure Quest," and he's expecting to show even better on upcoming monthly reports.

"It's very likely that we'll be the world's largest gaming network by the end of the year,'' he said in the email.

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