(PRWEB) November 3, 2005
All future San Francisco wireless network users will be able to play free Miniclip.com multiplayer games directly against other area game players. “You’ll be able to play multiplayer games with your friends from the park, restaurants or anywhere else across town.” said Robert Small, Miniclip.com’s CEO. “Miniclip games play in a web browser so they can be played anywhere, anytime from an internet connection. For example you could be playing a free Miniclip game in Starbucks against a game player in McDonalds across town. In addition Miniclip will be supplying free game services to all other future city wireless networks including Chicago, Denver and Miami Beach. Portland, and Oregon.”
Miniclip.com is the Internets largest website specializing in online games. Miniclip.com, on its own has more unique users worldwide than EA’s entire network of 34 websites and also has more users than IGN’s network of 22 websites which recently sold for $650 million to News Corp. – source Comscore Media Metrix, August, 2005.
“We’re in the process of building the Internet’s top entertainment website”, commented Robert Small, Miniclip.com’s CEO.
Miniclip.com is the world’s largest website dedicated to playing online games with 21.7 million unique users per month – source Comscore Media Metrix, Aug, 2005.
Miniclip.com games are the most played online games and are syndicated across more websites than any others, providing an additional user base beyond the Miniclip.com website. Miniclip.com games are extremely popular because they are fun, free, easy to use and include the full range from casual games to hard-core massive multiplayer games. Miniclip.com is one of the world’s top broadband websites with 93.7% of its users on high bandwidth connections. Miniclip.com was launched in 2001 and has experienced explosive growth and is one of the few top websites privately held. For more information about Miniclip.com visit http://www.Miniclip.com or email email@example.com.
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