SANTA CLARA, Calif.– February 10, 2010– Aeria Games, one of the fastest growing publishers of free-to-play online games in North America and Europe, officially announced today that the highly anticipated Spanish-language version of Shaiya has entered Open Beta. The game is the publisher’s first title to reach this major milestone. To celebrate the event, Aeria Games plans to host a leveling contest, awarding 1,000 Aeria Points (AP) to the first 100 players to reach Level 40 on Hard Mode or above.
Shaiya is a free-to-play massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) that pits players against each other in epic realm vs. realm warfare. The game features thousands of quests, dungeons and raids, a player based economy, competitive player vs. player (PvP) combat, and daily events. The title enjoys immense popularity across the world, and has already established a large following in Spanish-language territories.
Players who participated in Closed Beta will be receiving a gift package of items, including a Beta Ring, Knockout Nostrum, and several XP stones and competences. The winners of the previous ranking contest will be announced on the official Shaiya Spanish site.
For more information about Shaiya Spanish and the leveling contest, or to participate in Open Beta, visit http://lat.shaiya.aeriagames.com.
About Aeria Games
Aeria Games is one of the fastest growing publishers of free-to-play online games providing an unrivaled MMO gaming experience to a growing community of over 7 million members. With a diversified portfolio of titles including renowned games, Shaiya, Shin Megami Tensei, and Hello Kitty Online, Aeria Games is committed to delivering a dynamic gaming experience with high-quality, innovative content combined with unprecedented quality customer service.
Based in Silicon Valley, California, Aeria Games&Entertainment, Inc. was founded in 2006 and has offices in the United States and Germany. More information about Aeria Games&Entertainment can be found at www.aeriagames.com.
Contact: Jehanzeb Hasan