K2 Network Launches GamersFirst.com

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In an effort to create a more unified experience across its library of current and upcoming online Free2Play titles, K2 Network has launched GamersFirst.com, a new web destination that allows users to setup a single account and buy G1 Credits (the site’s currency) to gain access and make purchases across all K2 titles. Whether you play Global MU Online, Knight Online, War Rock or any other K2 game, all login, registration and account management is consolidated into one easy-to-use location, though if you have accounts for these titles you will have to move to accounts over to take advantage of the service.

In celebration of the launch of GamersFirst, K2 is currently running a “12 weeks of G1 Giveaways” promotion. By simply registering account, referring friends to the site, getting G1 Credits and/or playing the Balloon Breaker Flash game, you can continue to enter for your shot at a host of great prizes that are being given away over the next 12 weeks. Five prizes will be given away to five random winners every week, with sweet items like Samsung 19″ LCD Monitors, Alienware Desktop PC’s and much more up for grabs. So what are you waiting for, get out there and start entering your little heart out!

“As our user base has grown to more than 16 million worldwide, we decided to create a single convenient destination where gamers could access everything K2 Network has to offer,” said Joshua Hong, CEO and co-founder of K2 Network. “With all the exciting features we have planned for 2008, gamers around the world will soon have an awesome place to come together. It is going to be one big GamersFirst family!”

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