The New York Times bought the popular word game ‘Ordal’

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The world-famous New York Times has bought the popular word game ‘Ordal’. The word matching app-based game can be played for free once a day. If you want to play the game unrestricted, you have to spend five US dollars per month. The Seattle Times reported, citing the New York Times of the United States.

The app-based game Ordl has already gained widespread popularity. In the few months since its launch in October last year, the subscription has crossed 1 million. There is a storm of discussion on social media about this.

The New York Times officially announced on Monday that it had bought the Ordell company. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. However, it has been said that there is a purchase agreement with Ordal for less than a million dollars.

By 2025, the media alone wants to have one crore subscribers in Word. Although the New York Times has a few more word games in its portfolio.

Software engineer Josh Wardel created the Ordal app in January 2021 for his wife Palak Shah. It was launched on October 1 of the same year.

The world-famous New York Times has bought the popular word game ‘Ordal’. The word matching app-based game can be played for free once a day. If you want to play the game unrestricted, you have to spend five US dollars per month. The Seattle Times reported, citing the New York Times of the…

The world-famous New York Times has bought the popular word game ‘Ordal’. The word matching app-based game can be played for free once a day. If you want to play the game unrestricted, you have to spend five US dollars per month. The Seattle Times reported, citing the New York Times of the…

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