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Berlin Cracks the Startup Code


On a rainy day in March 2011, Ciaran O'Leary and two colleagues crammed into a Berlin taxi and raced for the station to catch a train back to Hamburg. While snaking through the city streets, it hit him: Leaving Berlin was a bad idea. "We looked at each other and knew in that moment that we'd be crazy not to move here," says O'Leary, a partner at the German venture capital firm Earlybird. "There was just so much happening-founders everywhere, in every bar, cafe, every corner."


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This Startup is Willing to Gamble


But not with your money. Crowdpark, a young startup that pioneered the concept of social betting games, announced that it is launching two new titles today. But despite the hype surrounding Zynga (NASDAQ: ZNGA), which may launch a series of gambling games in which players wager real money, Crowdpark is defying industry norms.


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Looking To Dominate Social Gaming In Emerging Markets, Peak Games Gobbles Up Another Studio


You may not know this, but Turkey has a fever. And the only prescription is more games. . .

Not only that, but Turkey has a growing appetite for social games, which is precisely the reason Peak Games has parked its headquarters in Istanbul. In case you're not familiar, Peak Games is a social gaming company that produces titles specifically for emerging markets - specifically in Turkey, the Middle East, North Africa, and South America.


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Is Turkey the Next Big Market

Author: Tricia Duryee

Nope, it’s not China or India. It’s Turkey.

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, best known for investing in Google, Amazon, Twitter and Zynga, has made a bet on Turkey as the next big market with its first major investment there.

The receiving company - Trendyol.com, an e-commerce site based in Istanbul - is announcing today that it has raised $26 million from Kleiner Perkins and Tiger Global. Trendyol is similar to other flash sales sites in the U.S., such as Gilt Groupe, Rue La La, and Ideeli. The site sends out daily emails offering a heavily discounted selection of clothes...


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