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EA inks WorldWinner deal

Leading games publisher Electronic Arts announced a partnership Monday with WorldWinner, one of the leading online game sites offering pay-to-play games with cash prizes. EA's Pogo online game site will now offer a selection of WorldWinner games, including cash jackpots.

Skill-based gaming sites such as WorldWinner have added a new twist to the financially challenging online gaming industry over the past year. Most sites charge players a fee to enter tournaments, with the majority of the money going into a prize jackpot. "WorldWinner cash tournaments offer Pogo players a unique opportunity to enjoy the same classics that have attracted a timeless following for years in the offline world, but with an exciting new twist," Stephen Killeen, CEO of WorldWinner, said in a statement.