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GamersFirst 2.0

"New and improved" version of free-to-play gaming portal launched.

Irvine, Ca. – Oct.15, 2008 – GamersFirst (, a service of K2 Network and one of today's most popular free-to-play online game destinations, introduces the new and improved

Along with the rebranding of the website new features have been added such as: simplified registration (compatible with OpenID), improved navigation, an expanded marketplace for purchasing game premiums and special items, up-to-the minute gamer news feeds, new gamer profile pages, and expanded payment options including retail gamer cards. The new site is currently available in English and Turkish with additional languages coming soon.

“The new GamersFirst gives our gamers more of what they want.” says Patrick Ford, Vice President of Marketing at GamersFirst. “We’ve made it easier to get started with our games and to shop the marketplace. We look forward to adding even more to our platform in the coming months.”

In addition to the redesign and new features at GamersFirst there is a new 3-1/2 minute mini-movie titled "Everybody Games" which can be found at . This new featured short was created by, and stars, some of the GamersFirst staff from production and marketing to customer service. The video highlights the world of connected gamers across the globe in their natural, and sometimes humorous, gaming environments.

About K2 Network and GamersFirst

K2 Network publishes and services highly engaging online games and cultivates dynamic player communities. The company puts GamersFirst TM by giving them free access to compelling titles, offering creative pricing models and updating games based on player feedback. GamersFirst serves over 23 million gamers in more than 160 countries, and currently offers War Rock, Knight Online, Global MU Online, Red Stone, and Sword of the New World. Read more about the company at and find all of their games at

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