Speculations sparked about the launch of the long-rumoured platform because Snapchat's event invitation includes a tagline "Less Talk. More Play", Cheddar reported on Friday.
The in-app gaming space would feature games from third-party developers designed specifically to work on Snapchat.
To kick start its venture in the gaming space, Snapchat acquired for $8.6 million an Australian gaming studio called Prettygreat -- one of whose employees was behind hit mobile games like "Fruit Ninja" and "Jetpack Joyride".
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