We track all news stories related to virtual worlds every day
Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) January 31, 2008
Kicking off 2008 top news stories in virtual worlds, were music groups in first place, followed by big-money stories like World of Warcraft and venture capital in the number two position. Big brands like Paramount, Hilton, and Audi came in third; health and wellness was fourth ; and sex came in fifth, according to http://www.iVinnie.com the 'go to' site for virtual world news.
"We track all news stories related to virtual worlds every day" says Edita Kaye, editor in chief of iVinnie.com the number one virtual world news network, "January 2008 was big virtual world news month and, music groups were definitely number one with four separate groups reporting activities in virtual worlds--the Donnas, in teen world Habbo, Duran Duran and Journey in Second Life, and Cheetah Girls in Star Dolls.
iVinnie.com Top 5 Virtual News Stories for January 2008
1. Music Groups
The Donnas in Habbo; Duran Duran and Journey in Second Life; Cheetah Girls in Star Dolls.
2. Big Money
World of Warcraft hit 10 million players and virtual worlds account for $425 million investment dollars. Bank closures in Second Life.
3. Big Brands
Paramount and virtual world Habbo, Audi and virtual design, Hilton and a virtual training game, and IBM business center for India in Second Life
4. Health and Wellness
Online addiction, agoraphobia, schizophrenia and virtual worlds were all in the news in January.
Lesbian gaming and cybersex were virtual worlds' news stories.
For these and more stories visit http://www.iVinnie.com the number one Virtual World News Network--the "go to" site for virtual world news.