Security service targets gamers

Monday, 22 October 2007, 12:00 AM EST

A British intelligence agency has targeted a new generation of recruits by advertising in computer games. The Cheltenham-based surveillance service GCHQ hopes to attract the attention of "tech-savvy" gamers.

Adverts featuring the GCHQ website are on billboards within Xbox 360 games such as Splinter Cell: Double Agent and Enemy Territory: Quake Wars.

At the BBC.

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