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gloops, Inc. has donated to “TOMODACHI Project”

gloops, Inc. has donated to “TOMODACHI Project”

gloops, Inc., Yu Darvish, and the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation have donated to

Support for trip of baseball team “Ishinomaki Little Senior” to the Japan-American Grassroots Summit

gloops, Inc. (President: Kawakata, Shinsuke ) is carrying out the “Rooting for Baseball project *1” for all people who enjoy and play baseball. As an activity of Corporate Social Responsibility, gloops, Inc. with Yu Darvish, and Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation have donated to “TOMODACHI Initiative*2”, which is a project to take 16 members of the baseball team “Ishinomaki Little Senior” to “the Japan-American Grassroots Summit 2012” (http:// takes place August 28-September 4.

 gloops, Inc. established an affiliated company “gloops International Inc.” in San Francisco in November 2011, therefore, we have recognized this social contribution program is important for international exchange between the U.S. and Japan. We will support this project so that members of Ishinomaki Little Senior will enjoy great experiences of international exchanges watching Rangers’ baseball games and staying in Texas this summer.

Media conference of Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation

We are doing our best to provide more excitement globally as demonstrated by our main corporate message:
“we’re seeking fun!”

*1.Rooting for Baseball Project
Through our games and other activities, gloops,Inc. is committed to this project to spread the excitement of baseball to all baseball fans.

*2.TOMODACHI Initiative

TOMODACHI is a public-private partnership that supports Japan’s recovery from the Great East Japan Earthquake, and invests in the next generation of Japanese and Americans in ways that strengthen cultural and economic ties, and deepen the friendship between the United States and Japan over the long-term. TOMODACHI is led by the United States Government and the U.S.-Japan Council, a tax-exempt non-profit organization, and is supported by the Government of Japan.

Texas Rangers
The Texas Rangers have won back-to-back American League Championships, the first A.L. team to accomplish that feat since the 1998-2001 New York Yankees. Under manager Ron Washington, Texas won a club record 96 games last season. The team plays its home games in the beautiful Rangers Ballpark in Arlington and set an attendance record in 2011 of nearly three million fans. Over the last several years, the Rangers have placed a major emphasis on international scouting, including the Pacific Rim

gloops, Inc.
gloops, Inc. is a social application provider (SAP) that develops and operates social applications for mobiles, and we create communication among users by playing our games. Today, we develop and provide 18 titles such as card, sports, and battle games. Establishment:August 2nd, 2005 President: Shinsuke Kawakata Number of Employees: 381 employees (as of May 1st, 2012) Business: Social Application Business (SAP)

Contact us:
Akasaka Twin Tower Main Tower 4F, 2-17-22,
Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 1070052 Japan

Public Relations Division

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