Brighton, UK, 1st March 2013: Eurogamer Network Ltd, a leading video game media and events business, is pleased to announce that it has formally changed its name to Gamer Network Ltd, as it gears up for its North American launch.
Gamer Network attracts over 10 million unique users globally to its websites each month. The company publishes its own sites and operates a global network with licensees and partners. It is currently preparing for the launch of USgamer.
Founder and CEO of Gamer Network, Rupert Loman, commented: "We already have a base of readers, clients and employees in the US, as well as our first non-European licensee in Brazil, so this name change feels overdue. This move demonstrates how important our international aspirations are to us and gets us ready for our upcoming US website launch."
Additionally, the company’s live events subsidiary Eurogamer Events Ltd has been renamed Gamer Events Ltd, and its US subsidiary is now Gamer Network Inc.
2013 is set to be another great year for the business. As well as the US launch, traffic has grown strongly across all websites and the forthcoming Eurogamer Expo is set to attract 70,000 visitors this September.
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About Gamer Network Ltd
Founded in 1999, Gamer Network Ltd (previously Eurogamer Network Ltd) publishes a range of video game websites including Eurogamer.net, the world's leading independent video games website with local editions in ten European languages. The company also publishes market-leading trade resource GamesIndustry International and Outside Xbox, a video site dedicated to the Xbox community. It also represents several partner websites including VG247.com, RockPaperShotgun.com and NintendoLife.com. In addition to its online publications, Gamer Network produces live public events and trade shows including the Eurogamer Expo, the UK's largest gaming event; Rezzed, the PC and indie games show; and GameHorizon, the games industry conference. More: www.gamer-network.net