Miniclip Nominated For Webby Awards

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Miniclip,, the Internet's largest online games website, with 34 million game players, is honored to announce it has been nominated as a finalist in the Game category in the 11th Annual Webby Awards.

"We are thrilled once again," said Rob Small, Miniclip CEO, keeping his quote to five words or less, as is the infamous rule for all acceptance speeches during the awards show.

People around the world can vote for their favorite sites, through April 27th, in more than 100 different categories including: Best Viral, Best Celebrity/Fan, Best Branded Advertising, and Best Game related -- to name a few -- by visiting:

Miniclip has won the best Game site Webby's People's Voice award for the past two consecutive years and a win this year would place Miniclip in elite company with others including Google and the BBC, who have won consecutively in the same category. Finalists will be announced on Tuesday, May 1, 2007, and the awards ceremony will be held in New York City in June. This year, the Webbys received 8,000 entries from 60 countries. is an all-in-one, high-quality entertainment destination to play online games, participate in virtual communities and watch cartoons. is known by gamers ranging in ages from 13-29 around the world as being the place for quality, high bandwidth interactive entertainment.

About,, is the world's largest online games website with 34 million unique users per month -- Google Analytics Dec 2006. games are the most played online games and are syndicated across more websites than any others. 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. is one of the Internet's top broadband websites with 98% of its users on high bandwidth connections. was launched in 2001, has experienced explosive growth and is the largest website in private hands. Miniclip also won the prestigious 2006 Webby Peoples Voice Award, the "Oscars of the Internet" for the Internet's best game site for the second consecutive year.


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