13 Apr '11, 6am

CampusLIVE – Where Marketing, Social Games and College Students Come Together

CampusLIVE – Where Marketing, Social Games and College Students Come Together

CampusLIVE (www.CampusLIVE.com ) is a social gaming platform that enables college students to connect with brands through casual, easy-to-play games such as polls, surveys, scavenger hunts, team matches and such. The funded startup works to create “engagement campaigns” with various brands and sponsors to offer students the opportunity to win prizes, discounts and other incentives in exchange for playing those social games. Boston-based CampusLIVE was born out of a University of Massachusetts dorm room back in 2008 by Boris Revsin and Jared Stenquist as a way to connect students to on and off campus resources such as local restaurants, businesses and off campus events that often go unnoticed by students in their first years of school. Its full suite of student tools – full Facebook integration, campus maps (proprietary mapping similar to Google maps), TV guides, class rost...

Full article: http://www.youngupstarts.com/2011/04/13/campuslive-where-...

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