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Wargaming Boasts 100M Registered Players

Wargaming announces that the successful 2014 launches of World of Tanks Blitz and World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition have propelled them past the 100 million registered user mark. "World of Tanks created a new niche in the MMO market," explains Victor Kislyi, CEO of Wargaming. "We started on PC, but with other platforms in mind. By the launch of World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition and World of Tanks Blitz we stepped into two new markets, taking our signature gameplay to console and mobile, and itís the direction we will pursue in future." Here are some numbers for your crunching pleasure:

The universe unites over 100 million registered users under its flag and will only keep growing. The tally of players is impressive with 100 million users populating World of Tanks and World of Warplanes combined. World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition has generated 3.8 million registered players in over 86 countries since its launch in February 2014. World of Tanks Blitz performed strong out of the gate with 5 million installs in the first month of its June launch, placed in the top three spot of the AppStore in 50 countries and averaged a score of 4.5.

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