Redwood City, Calif.– May 6, 2009– Trion World Network will unveil its first videogame, Heroes of Telara™, at E3 2009. Heroes of Telara™ is a fantasy Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG) where everyday gamers are forged into legendary heroes. In Heroes of Telara players are challenged to conquer the unknown in an epic, ever-changing world. Heroes of Telara™ will feature an unprecedented level of rich and dynamic gameplay, driven by recurring events, unexpected challenges and limitless new content.

“Trion is excited to share what we have been working on and to reveal the universe of Heroes of Telara™,” said Russ Brown, vice president, Channel One, Trion.“The team is producing a magnificent new universe in which players can immerse themselves in endless adventure.”

Trion will be located at Suite #405, Concourse Hall, Los Angeles Convention Center, June 2-4, 2009.

About Trion World Network

Trion World Network, Inc. is the publisher and developer of server-based, dynamic online games and original entertainment for the connected world. Trion provides groundbreaking new capabilities and content to revolutionize entertainment by combining the best elements of online, gaming, and traditional media.

Headquartered in Redwood City, Calif., and with development and technology studios in San Diego, Calif., and Austin, Texas, Trion combines its vision and experience in the interactive entertainment industry with a world-class team of Internet and gaming veterans.

Privately held, Trion has raised funding from investors including Act II Capital, Time Warner, Peacock Equity (the joint venture between GE Commercial Finance's Media, Communications&Entertainment business and NBC Universal), Bertelsmann Digital Media Investments (BDMI), a wholly owned subsidiary of Bertelsmann AG, a leading international media company, Rustic Canyon, DCM and Trinity Ventures. For more information, please visit

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