Tournament gaming site Yalla! Games Cafe goes live

New online gaming site for the MENA region launched

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Tournament gaming site Yalla! Games Cafe goes live The site offers skill-based games, targeting users in the MENA region.
By  Mark Sutton Published  June 28, 2010

Tournament gaming website Yalla! Games Café has gone live today, the company announced.

The site, which is targeted at teens and adults, offers skill-based tournament games, which can either be played for free, or on a pay to play, tournament basis with cash prizes on offer. The site is available in English, with an Arabic launch planned in future.

Yalla! Games Café includes a range of games such as trivia, puzzle, crossword, card and Sudoku, which is says are intended to improve general knowledge, sharpen arithmetic skills, build vocabulary, and build quick thinking.

The company is offering free games on the site, or users can register, and then pay a fee to play games offering cash prizes. Players can also earn awards points called Yalla! stars. Yalla! Games Café is offering a new users $5 worth of free play during the registration period.

Mark Gatty Saunt, Co-Founder of Yalla! Games Café commented: "For years, it was believed that by adulthood, the brain was fully developed, and the only change to expect was for the worse, in the form of age-related decline. But experts now know that the brain continues to grow new neurons and neuronal connections throughout life - but only with new, intense stimulation. Mental aerobics such as brain games require intense thought and concentration and will likely help build cognitive reserve, keeping you sharp and focused for life. A great place to start is Yalla! Games Café."

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