FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Perth, Western Australia -- October 29, 2009 -- Scott Kevill, president, GameRanger Technologies, today announced the addition of Borderlands to the multiplayer matchmaking service, GameRanger. Borderlands marks the 600th supported game after just a year since the PC release of GameRanger.
GameRanger opened to PC gaming in November 2008 with over 500 supported games. A year later, it has now reached 600 supported games with the latest major title, Borderlands. Unlike the built-in service, GameRanger solves router and firewall network problems automatically, making it simple to host online Borderlands games with friends.
"Borderlands provides a strong co-op experience that is best played with people you already know," said Scott Kevill, president of GameRanger Technologies. "I'm very pleased offer an easier way for Borderlands fans to play their friends online."
GameRanger runs on Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 and is available as a free downloadfrom<http://www.GameRanger.com>
GameRanger is the longest running multiplayer online gaming service, having originally opened to Mac gaming in 1999. In November 2008, GameRanger expanded to PC gaming and now offers full lobby support for over 600 games -- significantly more than any other multiplayer service -- and is rapidly becoming the preferred choice of gamers for playing their friends online. GameRanger Technologies is located in Perth, Western Australia.
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