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Rohan: Blood Feud

Global version of Korean MMORPG hits the 500,000 player mark.

ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. – Nov. 7, 2008 – Online PC game publisher YNK Interactive today announced that they have reached and surpassed 500,000 registered players for their massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), Rohan: Blood Feud.

“I’m thrilled to have hit the half million mark, and still counting”, said Jun Lee, CEO of YNK Interactive. “As we continue to expand the game, so are we expanding our community base. We look forward to continuing to announce milestones like this in the months and years ahead.”

Rohan: Blood Feud has also been continuously growing through new added features in the game. The additions include a Game Parlor and Exchange Market, separating it from other MMORPGs, as well as new dungeons, events, and in-game items.

Continued expansion is on the agenda for the coming year, maintaining Rohan: Blood Feud’s appeal to its loyal players and potential new ones in the future.

To add to the growing registered list or for more details, visit

About YNK Interactive

YNK Interactive – the newest addition to the YNK family -is a subsidiary of YNK Korea, one of Korea’s largest online game developers and publishers since 1998. Based in Orange County, California, YNK Interactive’s mission is to publish localized versions of well-designed and high quality game titles from YNK Korea.

This global network including YNK Taiwan and YNK Japan is known for its award-winning MMO games for PC, such as Rohan, Seal Online, and Sting. With YNK Interactive dedicated towards the English-speaking markets, these blockbuster titles will soon penetrate all regions while continuously pioneering in the massively multiplayer online role-playing gaming industry.


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