IRVINE, Calif. - March 22, 2011
SG Interactive, developer and publisher of several popular free-to-play games, today announced it will be hosting a Project Blackout clan tournament against team members from Raptr, a leading social platform for games, over the course of this week. The two companies will compete for online glory in popular free-to-play FPS Project Blackout, shooting for the top spot in six matches of Deathmatch action. For fans’ viewing pleasure, two of these matches will be live-streamed via SG Interactive’s LiveStream Channel, starting with the tournament kickoff at 5pm PST this evening.
“We’ve worked closely with Raptr in the past, but we’ve decided to put aside our professional camaraderie for the sake of seeing which side has what it takes to win big in Project Blackout,” said Chris Lee, CEO of SG Interactive.“I look forward to seeing the virtual bullets fly starting later today!”
“Welcome to the Jungle, baby!” added SG Interactive Game Master Killigrew in some spirited pre-event trash talk.
For more information about Project Blackout and to learn more about the tournament, please visit http://pb.sgiwest.com.
The tournament can be viewed at SG Interactive’s LiveStream Channel: http://www.livestream.com/SGInteractive
About SG Interactive
SG Interactive, formerly Ntreev USA, is a publisher of high-quality online games headquartered in Southern California. Founded in 2006 and acquired by noted South Korean game developer SmileGate in 2010, SG Interactive is dedicated to providing players with free online games, a welcoming virtual community, and outstanding customer support. Offering a diverse and expanding selection of titles which currently include anime MMORPG Trickster Online, action brawler Grand Chase, casual golf game Pangya, and multiplayer FPS Project Blackout, SG Interactive hopes to continue bringing smiles to players across all of North America as they prepare for the launch of their new online gaming portal in early 2011.
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