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Phil Harvey
6/1/2007

6:00 PM -- From The Philter's Gaming Ain't Always Fun and Games file, a note from FierceMarkets, the company that thinks one word IS a marketing strategy:

Dear Phil,
Since you have been a loyal FierceGameBiz subscriber, I wanted to inform you that we have decided the close the publication. Today's issue will be our last.

As I'm sure you can imagine, this wasn't an easy decision. Nathan Eddy and our editorial team have done a fantastic job building a quality product for gaming industry insiders. While the publication has a loyal core following, it never took off the way that we expected. It's never easy to shutter a product we're proud of but it has become apparent that it is the right thing to do.

While FierceGameBiz is going away, FierceMarkets is still going strong. I encourage you to visit and sign up for our other publications. You can view a complete list at http://www.fiercemarkets.com/newsletters.

Thank you for your participation and support.

Best,
Jeff

Jeff Giesea Publisher, FierceGameBiz [email protected]

— Phil Harvey, So Good We Killed It Editor, Light Reading

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