Online Video Game Developer Plants Headquarters In Lexington

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Updated: 6/16/2012 12:19 am
When you think of Kentucky exports, bourbon, burley, and horses come to mind; not computer games, but they may be added to the list in the future.

Frogdice, an online game developing company officially opened its offices today in Lexington.

The company has been around for more than a decade, but because of telecommuting, workers were never centrally located.

Company growth prompted the opening of the physical office. 

Frogdice has published three games so far.

The president hopes his company can help Lexington become a video game development hub.
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