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Pitbull hires Frazer Nash to give it some bite!

LONDON, UK (October, 2004) Pitbull Syndicate Ltd, announced today that they have hired Frazer Nash Communications to handle all their marketing and corporate communications.

"I am delighted to have the opportunity to work with the developer of the Test Drive series", said Frazer Nash, Managing Director, of Frazer Nash Communications. "In this industry with its many ups and downs, there are few developers that have stood the test of time. PSL have eight years of history behind them and a catalogue of exciting games with many more to come."

"We needed the right agency that wouldn't just offer us standard PR" said Carol Oxford, Office Manager. "We were looking for an agency with a much wider brief, that would re-energize us and prepare us for our next eight years, and FNC is perfect for this role."

About Pitbull Syndicate:

The Pitbull Syndicate Ltd. was formed in December 1996 by a small group of programmers and artists with the aim of providing a high quality third-party game development service for home consoles. Specialising in racing games, the team has to date produced 'Test Drive 4', 'Test Drive 5', 'Test Drive 6' and 'Demolition Racer' for Accolade, and Test Drive (AKA TD: Overdrive) for Atari. Pitbull is currently working with the US publisher, Midway, on the re-invigoration of the 'Rush' franchise, developing 'L.A. Rush' for Sony Playstation 2 and Microsoft Xbox.

The Pitbull Syndicate is an experienced and highly professional team committed to developing 'AAA' videogames that are technologically innovative but also rewarding to play.

Contact:

Frazer Nash Communications Ltd

Telephone 01296 712522

Mobile 07788 971810

www.frazer-nash-communications.co.uk

fnc@frazer-nash-communications.co.uk

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