The creators of the business social network Linkedin want to increase user engagement through embedded games. The signs that the company is working on games were found in the platform code by enthusiast Nima Owji.

Judging by the data discovered by Ouji, three games are currently in development, all puzzles. They are called Queens, Inference and Crossclimb.

It is assumed that a rating for companies will be added to the games — the company's place in the leaderboard will depend on the results of employees.

A Linkedin representative confirmed in a comment to TechCrunch that the company is experimenting with games. The company believes that the games will bring "a little fun" to the platform and help users establish connections.

It is not reported at what stage the experiment is at, and when the games will be released on Linkedin.

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