Irvine, Calif.– April 17, 2008– K2 Network ( www.k2network.net), one of today’s most popular free-to-play online game publishers and social portals for gaming enthusiasts, announced today a distribution partnership with game developer CyberStep ( www.cyberstep.com) for SplashFighters. The game will be available at K2 Network’s recently launched game portal, GamersFirst ( www.gamersfirst.com).
“We are thrilled to add SplashFighters to our already remarkable line-up of games. Our gamers are going to love having a fighter of this quality on GamersFirst,” stated Joshua Hong, CEO and co-founder of K2 Network.
K2 Network is founded on the belief that the community experience of Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOGs) has become one of the most significant forms of online entertainment in the 21st Century. K2 Network has distinguished itself by releasing highly addictive, engaging properties from 3rd party developers and publishers worldwide to serve gamers. By leveraging the company's knowledge and expertise in publishing, operation, infrastructure, and services, K2 Network has become the leading service provider of the largest and the most active online communities in the global online games market
About K2 Network
K2 Network publishes and services highly engaging online games and cultivates dynamic player environments. The company puts GamersFirst™ by giving them free access to compelling titles, supporting their amazing communities, offering creative pricing models and updating games based on player feedback. K2 Network currently has over 16 million registered users and offers War Rock, Knight Online, Global MU Online, Red Stone and Sword of the New World: Granado Espada. K2 Network has an operational presence in the United States, Korea, and India. Read more about the company at www.k2network.net and find all of their games at www.GamersFirst.com.
About Cyberstep Inc.
Since its founding in 2000, CyberStep, Inc. has been a leading online game development company in Japan which delivers its game titles to the online game markets of the world through licensing and by itself. CyberStep, Inc. made an initial public offering (IPO) of shares on TOKYO MOTHERS, the stock exchange market in Japan, on July 5th, 2006.