The last time I wrote about Zynga and domain names, the company had filed disputes over the domains zyngagiftcards.com and zyngaworld.com with WIPO, the World Intellectual Property Organization. Before that, the company had sent a cease & desist letter to the developers of Blingville, which resulted in Blingville responding with a lawsuit.
While these disputes have yet to be resolved, Zynga is making more headlines over the domain name rewardville.com this week — a name that helped get this blog a mention in TechCrunch.
Zynga’s RewardVille Now Available: Everything you need to know
So, what’s the news this week on Rewardville?
Brandy Shaul, a writer for Games.com, announced yesterday that Rewardville is now available.
“…we told you there was a way to force RewardVille to spawn on your Facebook account, but what if you didn’t have any friends that had posted a link to their prizes that would allow you to join Zynga’s rewards program? FarmVillePro has discovered that there is a single, universal, link that you can click on the activate the program on your account, and we can confirm that it does indeed work,” writes Brandy.
The story includes the link to get Rewardville when you connect through Facebook, which continues to work.
If you’re a fan of Zynga’s Facebook games, there’s no shortage of tips, tricks and information over at Games.com.
Here’s a look at a Rewardville video produced by Zynga that sprang up online yesterday.