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18 Million World of Tanks Registrations

Wargaming.net announces their MMOTPS World of Tanks now boasts more than 18 million registered users:

London, UK, Paris, FR and San Francisco, CA (21st December, 2011) - Wargaming.net, the award-winning videogame publisher and developer, announced today that the community of World of Tanks action MMO now exceeds 18 million players worldwide.

"We want to thank our game community for their support," said Victor Kislyi, CEO of Wargaming.net. "Having so many devoted players is extremely rewarding, and our company will provide them with tons of new game content to enjoy."

Since the release in Russia on August 12, 2010, World of Tanks has successfully entered the European, North American, and Asian markets. The title also holds the Guinness World Record for Most Players Online Simultaneously on One MMO Server.

The company is working hard on new updates for its highly-acclaimed title, providing constantly evolving game experience.

Join World of Tanks:

        • http://worldoftanks.eu/registration/ (Europe)
        • http://worldoftanks.com/registration/ (North America)

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