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Fiesta Online

Virtual weddings added, with WiLDFiRe the first groom. (Our mothers told us never to marry a man who doesn't understand the concept of letter casing.)

SAN FRANCISCO - June 24, 2008

Outspark, a leading virtual playground offering online community-based gaming, today announced the launch of in-game weddings in its hit RPG Fiesta. This feature allows players to virtually “tie the knot” in a special ceremony at the game’s new scenic location, the Chapel in the Sky. Leading up to the launch of the new wedding feature, Outspark will host in-game bachelor and bachelorette parties for the first couple to be married.

The celebration will run daily from June 24 – June 27, 2008 with in-game bachelor and bachelorette parties in Fiesta. Game Master (GM) WiLDFiRe is getting married in-game and Outspark is inviting you along for the adventure with these highly anticipated online community events. Get ready to dance, hang out, win prizes and be ready for a few surprises.

On July 1 and 2, 2008, WiLDFiRe will marry his bride during two special in-game ceremonies accessible to the player community. Not able to attend the wedding? Outspark invites the first 1,000 players to watch a live broadcast of the event, courtesy of their new partnership with technology provider Dyyno.

Beginning July 3, 2008, all players can purchase premium in-game tuxedos, wedding dresses and wedding certificates, and will be able to marry their fellow gamers.

For complete information about the wedding feature and the Dyyno live broadcast, visit: Outspark's event page.

Bachelor Parties

Date: June 24 and July 26, 2008

Location: Fiesta’s Elderine Square

Bachelorette Party

Date: June 25 and July 27, 2008

Location: Fiesta’s Elderine Square


Dates: July 1 and July 2, 2008

Where: Fiesta’s New Chapel in the Sky

About Outspark

A unique publisher and operator of free-to-play multiplayer online games, Outspark is redefining interactive entertainment through an engaging virtual playground accessible to players of all ages and experience levels. The company's global reach enables it to select the most compelling social games from talented development teams located around the world. Backed by Tencent, Altos Ventures and DCM, Outspark is headquartered in San Francisco, CA, with a subsidiary office in Seoul, Korea. For more information, visit

Rachel Steinberg, TriplePoint


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