Munich, May 11, 2011 - After over eight months of exciting qualifying matches, we now know the lineup for the final round of the Travian Tournament 2010/2011. Over 350,000 players from 40 countries dueled in ten different languages in a battle for resources, culture points and wonders on dedicated high-speed servers. The top 30,000 players are now preparing for the final round of the Travian world championship and the winners will receive prizes worth over Euro 10,000.
Latecomers can still try for a place in the competition, as Travian Games has started a last-minute“wildcard” clearing process that will allow a few players to stand in for qualified competitors who may suddenly be unable to compete for some reason.
Just enter your e-mail address at http://tournament.travian.com for this unique opportunity to compete with the toughest competitors in the world of Travian. After the clearing process a few players will be able to participate on May 18, 2011, in place of qualified players.
If you’re not lucky enough to get a place, you can still go to http://tournament.travian.com for regular updates and reports on events and the competition’s process from Travian Games.
Starting May 18, around 30,000 participants will compete on the English-language server for the title of official Travian Tournament 2010/2011 champion. The competition is still wide open and the winner could be from any of the many countries represented.
Genre: Strategy game in an ancient scenario
Developer/Publisher: Travian Games GmbH
Price: Free to play
Languages: 42 different languages
About Travian Games GmbH:
Headquartered in Munich, Travian Games GmbH is one of the world's leading providers of browser-based online games. The company offers its customers worldwide a range of complex and multi-layered worlds of experience that impress with their game depth and guarantee long-lasting gaming fun. A motivated team of over 170 employees develop and market online entertainment for all age groups. The company also acts as a publisher for external developers. With no lengthy or expensive downloads, all games can be simultaneously played by millions of users worldwide - all that is required is Internet access and a web browser.
The portfolio of various genres is translated into up to 42 different languages, enabling the games to be used around the world by fans who appreciate lasting gaming entertainment. Further information about Travian Games GmbH is available at www.traviangames.com