SOURCE: GottaFlirt

September 21, 2006 16:26 ET Integrates Online Flirting Game With Facebook and MySpace

Women Hosting GottaFlirt Games Can Now Invite MySpace and Facebook Friends

BOSTON, MA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- September 21, 2006 -- Responding to overwhelming user demand, today's new release of the popular GottaFlirt online dating site provides seamless integration with MySpace and Facebook. While scheduling her interactive dating game on GottaFlirt, a woman can now invite friends from MySpace and Facebook directly into her game. The pictures of her MySpace and Facebook friends are made available right in

Responding to the growing trend of MySpace and Facebook users to flirt online, GottaFlirt was designed to be a place for fun social interactions. "This is the most fun I've had online. I keep coming back for more," says sweetness_00, who hosted 37 GottaFlirt games in September.

Based on the notion that online dating should mimic real-life, real-time human interaction, GottaFlirt lets a woman set up her game by posing 10 questions to seven men, who compete for her attention by answering her questions. In a fast-paced, light-hearted 10-minute exchange of wit, charm, humor, and intelligence, the woman rates the competing men's answers and chooses the winner. The game ends with the woman giving the lucky winner her email address for further exchange. No longer a closed environment, GottaFlirt now brings tens of millions of new players for women to choose from for their games.


Headquarterd in Boston, Massachusetts, was founded by three successful entrepreneurs who set out to create the ultimate online flirting game for the MySpace Generation, including Semyon Dukach of the MIT Blackjack Team fame. Breaking away from the static nature of traditional online dating websites, allows men and women to flirt with each other in real-time. To play the game or for more information, go to

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