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ESPN 360 and ESPN.com Seek Game Developers For Online Games

Appointments Available At Game Developers Conference

NEW YORK (March 1, 2005) -- ESPN 360 (ESPN's Broadband service) and ESPN.com are seeking game developers for online-only games with the potential of having ESPN help distribute a sports-based project that represents the spirit of sports, competition, excitement and innovation associated with ESPN.

ESPN will meet with potential developers during the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, March 9-11, to discuss potential opportunities. Games should involve any sport that airs on ESPN, including baseball, football, basketball, skateboarding, and fishing, among others. Games that have reached a substantial alpha milestone, which provide multi-player capabilities, are preferred. ESPN is looking for projects that foster the kind of competition and community synonymous with ESPN.

ESPN representatives will be at the Game Developers Conference to meet with game developers. To make an appointment, please email games@espn360.com with a project summary.

Sandra Carreon-John

Director, Media Relations


direct: 212-515-1207



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