Report: Chatwing's Innovative Chat Box Now Available to MOBA Enthusiasts
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dallas, TX (PRWEB) February 01, 2014
MOBA or Multiplayer Online Battle Arena gathered high levels of popularity during the year 2013. This fact is based on the commentaries of gaming experts and bloggers across the cyberspace. Chatwing Chat Software Development Team has also looked inside the world of MOBA, thus leading to the creation of a specific live chat app. This tool is meant to create online convergence among MOBA players.
Chatwing Dev Team emphasizes the sheer benefits of a dynamic MOBA chat box:
• Community discussions. MOBA players can talk about their favourite games and techniques with the help of the Chatwing chatbox. The communication effects are even doubled once the widget is installed to blogs and websites.
• Social media leverage. With Chatwing widget’s social media functions, chatroom visitors can log in through Facebook and Twitter. Google and Yahoo login methods were also added by the developers. The latest login methods added were Tumblr and Instagram. Through these social media leverage, MOBA players can join different groups.
• Web traffic for MOBA bloggers. MOBA players who are focused in their games can start out blogs to share their experiences and tips. The Chatwing widget can generate continuous traffic for MOBA bloggers, thus raising popularity of the blog.
The Chatwing shoutbox is undergoing continuous improvements. Through these improvements, web users from all niches can gain better online chatting experience.
Chatwing.com is a company that has brought innovation to the modern chat widget. Operating for more than five years now, Chatwing and its team of developers have dozens of ideas ready to be introduced to the public. The Chatwing chat app is an easy-to-use online tool that can help web users interact with each other and can also generate continuous traffic. Chatwing will always be a “freemium” application for everyone.
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