WWII Online: Battleground Europe

Now available at GamersGate.

Bedford, TX, January 20th, 2009 --

Playnet Inc./Cornered Rat Software announced today that it has finalized a new agreement with Gamersgate, a leader in digital game distribution. The agreement makes Playnet's award-winning MMOG "WWIIOL:Battleground Europe" available for download at GamersGate's online store, expanding distribution in the North American and European markets.

"GamersGate is very proud to cooperate with Playnet/Cornered Rat Software and have their game, "Battleground Europe" in our list of games, we really look forward to a successful 2009" says Pernilla Eriksson, PR and Marketing Manager.

"It's always exciting when we create an opportunity that brings our game to a wider audience," said Al Corey, Executive Producer at Cornered Rat Software. "Having Battleground Europe added to the GamersGate library means players who might not otherwise find us will discover one of the best PvP MMOs on the market."

About Battleground Europe

Released in 2001, "Battleground Europe" is a brutal, online World War II based PvP in which players choose to fight for the Allied or Axis forces as ground troops, fighter pilots or tank commanders. It is a ground-breaking MMO that boasts thousands of fans worldwide. For more information, visit

About GamersGate

GamersGate is a leading digital distribution platform creating easily accessible gaming experiences for gamers worldwide. Seen as a strong contender on the digital download arena, GamersGate continues to redefine the download industry and future strategies include the launch of several accompanying services in addition to an aggressively growing product portfolio from a wide range of internationally recognized publishers. For more information, visit

For more information visit the official "Battleground Europe" website at

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Playnet Inc., World War II OnlineTM, WWII OnlineTM , Battleground EuropeTM , Cornered Rat Software, are trademarks of Playnet Incorporated.

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