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LinkedIn explores in-app games as a job hunt sidetrack

What To Know

  • Screenshots shared by app researcher Nima Owji on X over the weekend revealed some of the games LinkedIn is developing, a plan later confirmed by the company to TechCrunch.
  • Interestingly, the scores achieved by employees in these games could influence the rankings of their respective companies within the gaming experience.
  • There are going to be a few different games and companies will be ranked in the games based on the scores of their employees.
  • It remains unclear whether the games will be accessible to all users for free or if they will be exclusive to the Company’s paid subscribers.

LinkedIn, typically known for its professional networking, is considering adding puzzle-based games to its platform to offer users a new form of engagement.

Screenshots shared by app researcher Nima Owji on X over the weekend revealed some of the games LinkedIn is developing, a plan later confirmed by the company to TechCrunch. Interestingly, the scores achieved by employees in these games could influence the rankings of their respective companies within the gaming experience.

According to TechCrunch, LinkedIn is currently developing games titled “Queens,” “Inference,” and “Crossclimb.” Although the Company shared updated images of these games with the publication, there is no specific timeline for their release yet.

It remains unclear whether the games will be accessible to all users for free or if they will be exclusive to the Company’s paid subscribers.

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