World Of Warcraft Launches In Singapore
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Blizzard has announced the release of World of Warcraft in the island republic of Singapore. It has been met with some excitement on the island where the Warcraft series is one of the biggest selling PC gaming brands. For this venture Blizzard chose iGames Asia as their exclusive distribution and marketing partner.
The island republic will join Korea and China as the third territory in Asia to support World of Warcraft. On a worldwide stage it will become the sixth overall territory for the increasingly popular game. Players from Singapore will join gamers from North America, Australia, and New Zealand on U.S. servers.
"Gamers in Singapore have always shown tremendous enthusiasm for Blizzard games, so we're thrilled to be teaming up with iGames Asia and releasing World of Warcraft there," stated Mike Morhaime, Blizzard Entertainment president and co-founder. "One of our goals has been to make World of Warcraft available to gamers around the world as quickly as possible, and today's announcement is another great step in achieving that goal."This latest announcement only adds to WoW's status as one of the most popular MMORPGS in the world, with three and a half million subscribers populating servers across the globe. Venture forth into the links below and explore the growing World of Warcraft.
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