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The winning Roma Victor® logo design

For immediate release - 17th September 2004

Brighton, UK. RedBedlam, developer of the historically-authentic MMORPG Roma Victor® has announced the winner of the Roma Victor logo design competition. The winning entry, which features a stylised Roman legionary's helmet and a simple spear motif, was submitted by Miss Bahar Sener, a Turkish national currently studying for her PhD at Loughborough University in England.

The Roma Victor logo design competition was announced on March 29th 2004. "We were hugely impressed with the standard of entries and narrowing down a shortlist of finalists was tough, but selecting the winner was even tougher," commented Kerry Fraser-Robinson, RedBedlam's President & Managing Director. "Fortunately, and as always, the ever-growing Roma Victor Community was there to provide feedback and ultimately Bahar's design proved to be the most popular with both the Community and all of us here at RedBedlam."

Bahar will be presented with a replica second-century Gladius sword embossed with her own design. "Bahar's design will form the basis for all variations of the new Roma Victor logo and will be presented across a diverse range of media and promotions for years to come," added Nick Witcher, RedBedlam's Communications Director.

Roma Victor will launch early in 2005, allowing tens of thousands of players to shape their own virtual Roman Empire.


RedBedlam Ltd. was founded in 2001 in order to create virtual worlds and to realise virtual economies. The company's pilot project, Roma Victor® is a non-fantasy MMORPG set at the height of the Roman Empire circa 180CE. RedBedlam is a fully-independent, privately-held company, which remains totally committed to the principals of community involvement and inter-dependence.

RedBedlam Press Contacts - UK: Nick Witcher

Europe: Bastion, Ciarán Brennan

North America: OM-PR, Doug Mealy

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