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Trucking sim joins OMAC Industries' persistent browser game line-up.


Dublin, Ireland. OMAC Industries announced that Trukz.com will be joining their growing network of Persistent Browser Games (PBGs). Trukz is an extremely popular trucking simulation game played through Internet browsers.

“When we first started playing Trukz we were immediately hooked and knew that we wanted them to join our community”, said Dylan Collins, CEO of OMAC Industries, “We think this is a fantastic game with huge potential and have plenty of features lined up for the community”.

“I’m very pleased to have Trukz join OMAC’s gaming network”, said Kevin Marks, owner of Trukz.com, “they’re very serious about browser games and are a fantastic partner to grow the game and its community”.

Trukz.com was launched in 2007 and has rapidly become a leading PBG with a significant audience in the United States and Canada. The game is owned by Kevin Marks, the creator of Cyber Nations, which he will continue to manage independently. OMAC Industries was established by an experienced team of online games professionals to specialize in Persistent Browser Games. The company has made several acquisitions this year focusing on games and their related communities.

For additional information about this press release, interview requests or general media inquiries, please contact media@omacindustries.com.

For additional information on Trukz.com, please go to www.trukz.com.

About OMAC Industries

OMAC Industries was founded in 2008 and is building a network of passionate online gamers. The company is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland with operations in Los Angeles and Delhi. Its gaming properties include Swirve.com, Jolt.co.uk, NationStates2.com and Trukz.com More information can be found at www.omacindustries.com.

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