Shot Online To Be Part of GNGWC 2010 Finals
GamesCampus, the company behind Shot Online, announced today that their Online Golfing MMO Shot Online has once again been selected for the Game n Game World Championship 2010 – where regional finalists will for a chance to win $5,000 and a chance to compete for the world-wide grand champion title in Korea later this November.
Shot Online Gameplay Screenshot
For those that haven’t heard of Shot Online – it’s a 3D golfing MMO published by GamesCampus. It’s also apparently a very competitive game.
GAMESCAMPUS BRINGS ONLINE GOLF SIMULATION GAME SHOT-ONLINE TO THE GAME N GAME WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS
Qualified Players Will Vie For Up To $5000 In Prize Money And A Chance To Compete For The International Grand Champion Title In Korea This November
Sunnyvale, Calif. (July 29, 2010) – Sunnyvale-based online game publisher, Games Campus (www.gamescampus.com, run by OnNet USA), announced today the online golf simulation Shot-Online has once again been selected for the Game N Game World Championship 2010 (GNGWC). The GNGWC 2010 regional finals will take place July 31st in Los Angeles with two of the finalists going on to compete for the grand prize in Busan, Korea on November 21 at G*.
The GNGWC is the international game championships composed of Korean games and takes place around the world with regional finals in North America, Europe and South America. To learn more about Shot-Online and to download and play the game for free, players can visit http://shotonline.gamescampus.com/.
GamesCampus USA will be on hand at Howie’s Game Shack in Los Angeles to cheer on the 12 North American regional finalists who have already advanced through the preliminary online tournaments. Two finalists from each region will head to Korea to the Grand Finals later this fall for a chance to win a $5,000 cash prize.
“We are thrilled that Shot-Online has been selected for the fifth consecutive year for the GNGWC, and we think this is a great opportunity for fans all over the world,” said Uyen Uyen Ton Nu, Head of Marketing for GamesCampus. “We are looking forward to seeing some pretty tough competition!”
Shot-Online, developed by Gamescampus.com, is a hybrid massively multiplayer online game. This golf simulation game incorporates elements of traditional role-playing and is enhanced by proprietary physics software. This software allows for real-world golf ball behavior based on environmental factors. Detailed 3-D graphics and realistic animation enhance the user-experience as players help their characters grow in skill and capability. Team and solo competitions allow players a chance to win game currency with which users can purchase skill-enhancing items.
For more information about Gamescampus.com or Shot-Online, please visit www.gamescampus.com
http://gamescampus.com is a thriving Free-to-Play games portal operated by OnNet USA and serving the Western gaming market. Headquartered in California, OnNet USA was founded in 2006 with the launch of its highly successful golf simulation game, Shot Online and recently expanded its operations with a new office in Germany where its third person shooter, Manga Fighter will launch this spring. Games Campus’ diverse game portfolio includes MMOs ranging from sports titles such as Shot Online and MLB Dugout Heroes, to fantastic fantasy MMOs like Asda Story, Soul Master and Legend of Edda and WWII Flight Combat Simulator, Heroes In The Sky . All of GamesCampus.com titles are completely free to play, and can be accessed at http://gamescampus.com or in Europe at http://www.GamesCampus.eu
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