Cap Ripken's Real Baseball Announces First Tournament For 2008 Season: Cinco De May Invitational

Diamond Bar, California - April 14, 2008 -- Cal Ripken's Real Baseball, a massively multiplayer online sports game (MMOSG) for baseball, announced today they would host a large tournament scheduled to begin on May 5, 2008, Cinco de Mayo. For more information, people can visit PlayRealBaseball.com and go to the "EVENTS" tab.

The Cinco de Mayo Invitational will be a single elimination tournament.

The registration period begins today and will be open until May 4, 2008. Players can earn their share of over $2,000 in prizes. Prizes include memberships to RotoWire.com and JRO High Performance Sunglasses from Elite Eyewear.

Each Tournament game will be six-innings and scheduled three-to-five days a week. Real Baseball seeds their tournament based on a first to register first seed basis. Players that have reached Level 10 with their character are eligible to participate in Real Baseball events and at that time, they are also allowed to join or create a team.

"We are excited to be hosting our first big tournament of the baseball season," said Andy Wang, founder and CEO of Netamin Communication Corporation. "Cal Ripken's Real Baseball brings video gaming and baseball to a whole new level. We hope players will continue enjoying the head to head competition not only with tournaments, but also all the other events we have to offer."

Like baseball in real life, Real Baseball hosts different types of events throughout the year. These include tournaments, Homerun Derbies, and Rookie Challenges. Tournaments for Real Baseball are Level based tournaments and grouped into the following categories:

Minor, Major, All Star and MVP, are either single elimination or double elimination, and the bigger events sometime offer a prize.

Rookie Challenges are fun and educational, intended for new players, and are designed to get them ready for the big leagues and the tournaments.

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About Real Baseball ( www.PlayRealBaseball.com)

In Real Baseball, baseball enthusiasts and gamers compete in 3D virtual stadiums. With stunning graphics and surround-sound audio reactions from the crowd, participants control customized characters for each position and compete together against other Real Baseball gamers.

Players use an avatar to bat, pitch, field, run, steal and perform any baseball action. Participants can practice, play pick-up games, join or found their own teams, compete against rival teams, play in specialized tournaments, and win league championships in post-season play. Gamers create their own characters and build their skill level (player stats) through successful play on the field against other real human players. Unlike current video games that aim to simulate professional sports, Real Baseball delivers a first-person perspective of a character, created and developed by the player, interacting online in real-time with teammates and opponents.

About Netamin ( www.Netamin.com):

Netamin Communication Corporation, a pioneer in Massively Multiplayer Online Sports Games (MMOSG), is headquartered in Diamond Bar, California with additional operations in Korea. The company has launched its first MMOSG title, Ultimate Baseball Online, with subsequent titles planned in the team sports genre. Founded in 1998, Netamin is a privately held corporation aiming to provide an online virtual playing field for all major sports. For more information, please visit www.Netamin.com.

CONTACTS:

Joe Ramos

Netamin

(909) 598-7177

jramos@netamin.com

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Mika Kelly

Clever Communications

(408) 693-0176

mika@clevercomm.com


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