Online typing competition, TypeRacer, allows people to race each-other by typing quotes from books, movies, and songs. It is the first multiplayer typing game on the web.
Since launching in March 2008, millions of people from all over the globe have completed hundreds of millions of races on typeracer.com, improving their typing speed by as much as 50 words-per-minute.
TypeRacer is available in 50 different languages.
TypeRacer School Edition, launched in 2010, aims to be the most fun educational product in the world. Designed for K-12 schools, it leverages the TypeRacer game concept which turns typing into a sport and makes learning fun.
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