The Dragonica Europe Closed Beta opens to everyone for a 4 days Stress Test

Press release

For immediate release

Dublin, 19/05/2009 - The free arcade style 3D side-scrolling MMORPG Dragonica has been online for Europe during its Closed Beta for less than a week at the www.gpotato.eu gaming portal, with the official release planned for June 2009. In order to perform server tests and allow all users to take part in the CBT Community Events, the gPotato Team have decided to open the servers to all gPotato.eu users for a 4 days Stress Test beginning today 19th of May.

For the first time in western countries, the highly anticipated action MMORPG Dragonica has been made available to a selected amount of players for the European Beta Test on the 13th of May. Since then, many events, such as Combo Challenge or Screenshot Contest, have been leadby the gPotato Community Team, and many more are planned for the coming days.

All gPotato.eu users will be able to participate in the upcoming events, as the gPotato Team opens Dragonica to the public for a 4 days Stress Test leading to the end of the beta test on Friday the 22nd. During these four days, users will be able to discover the colorful world of Dragotaka and the action-paced gameplay of Dragonica. All beta users who reach level 20 before the end of the tests will be able to reserve their character name and receive rewards at the official launch of the game next month.

In order to have access to the Dragonica Stress Test, just create a free account on the www.gpotato.eu gaming portal, download the game from the official Dragonica website, and play!

More information is available on the Dragonica official website: http://dragonica.gpotato.eu

- About Dragonica–

Dragonica, the upcoming free-to-play arcade-style 3D side-scrolling MMORPG is developed by Barunson Interactive and will be available to download from the www.gpotato.eu gaming portal in English, German and French. With original keyboard-controlled gameplay, combo-based action that rewards skilful players, a vibrant 3D universe and plenty of tongue-in-cheek humour along the way, Dragonica has universal appeal. By attracting all types of people the game has lots of fun and interesting content to keep players busy including four evolving classes, several PvP modes, over a thousand quests, in-game achievements, an auction house to trade your excess items, pets, housing and wedding systems and much more to come! For more information on the game, visit the official European website at http://dragonica.gpotato.eu

- About Gala Networks Europe Ltd.&gPotato -

Gala Networks Europe Ltd., is a leading European free-to-play online games publisher. Gala Networks Europe operates the gPotato brand by hosting, publishing and distributing free online games via the www.gpotato.eu portal. Present in Europe for over two years with three successful MMORPGs Flyff, Rappelz and Street Gears, the gPotato.eu portal is now a major destination for online gamers with over a million users. Dragonica, the fourth game of the portal, will be available in Open Beta in 2009 and Allods Online, the fifth game of the portal will be available in Autumn 2009.

- About Barunson Interactive -

Barunson Interactive Co. Ltd., is a game developer and publisher founded 2003 in South Korea. Subsidiary of the entertainment group Barunson Inc., Barunson Interactive has developed a significant expertise in game creation and operation through the fantasy MMORPG Dragon Raja and the casual action game S.O.S, both operated in many countries.

For more information, don’t hesitate to visit the official website at http://dragonica.gpotato.eu or contact us directly at contact@gpotato.eu

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