Chicago, IL, June 07, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Starting today, anyone can sign up for Funfundate and play the game to find love. Here’s how Funfundate works: After signing up for the game, which takes less than a minute, members get two compatible matches everyday, and they get to pick anonymously which one they like better. Only if the feeling is mutual, there will be a match, and they will be able to chat and go on a date with their match. If they miss a day, they can rewind their chance later in the week. But there are opponents who will get the same matches during the week, so the faster they pick, the better their chance.
“Some of our members turn to their friends or family to pick who’s a better match for them. We want to make the experience social and more laid-back,” says co-founder Emily Cho. “Most online dating services have difficulty in filtering fake users who post incorrect profile information about themselves. However, our members are only allowed to sign up via Facebook and use photos they already shared on Facebook, which makes the screening process easy. Our sign-up process helps provide our members with a safe matchmaking atmosphere.”
Emily added, “We call FFD a social matching game because we want people to find love in a stress-free, social way, just like when they are playing a game with their friends. We also give our members a space to be creative and witty by letting them share their first date ideas freely. They can even invite their Facebook friends over to play with them.” Emily noted that she sees a majority of its members checking their new matches daily and seeing if there is any mutual match made.
Funfundate is currently available as a web service and plans to launch an Android version soon.