This company lives in a (young) man's world, and it would be nothing without games, gadgets, and girls. UGO Entertainment (pronounced "Yu-Ji-Oh") is an online publisher that targets 18- to 34-year-old men with articles on movies, sports, technology, video games, and young Hollywood starlets. Flagship UGO.com and its network of related Web properties, which draw an audience of about 35 million unique monthly users, also offers streaming media entertainment as well as features on comics, television shows, and music. Launched in 1997 as Unified Gamers Online, the company was acquired by publisher Hearst Corporation in 2007; it operates as part of Hearst Interactive Media. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches approximately 31,812 U.S. monthly people.
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