Wordfeud still played by 1.6 mln in Netherlands

Wednesday 25 April 2018 | 19:21 CET | News
Mobile game Wordfeud, the digital counterpart of Scrabble and which was a big hit in 2011, is still actively played by a considerable number of Dutch people, Nu.nl reported on the basis of figures shared by Wordfeud. The game is still played by 1.6 million people every month, or about 10 percent of the Dutch population. According to Wordfeud, 1.2 million Dutch people play the game every week and 900,000 every day.

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