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Project Spitfire blog will track Wargaming.net fighter plane recovery efforts

Wargaming.net, the studio behind World of Warplanes and World of Tanks, will publish news regularly on its aircraft recovery expedition via the Project Spitfire Blog. The company announced its...

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Wargaming.net to hold Nov. tournaments, donate proceeds from sales to military charities

In honor of Veteran's Day, Wargaming America, the North American publisher of Wargaming.net's World of Tanks, World of Warplanes and World of Warships, will sponsor tournaments and charitable...

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'World of Tanks' developer will produce a 'conveyer belt' of hit titles following BigWorld acquisition

Wargaming.net will produce non-stop hits after BigWorld acquisition World of Tanks developer Wargaming.net will prove it is not just a one-hit-wonder after the release of its upcoming massively...

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Gamescom 2012: Everything you need to know

Riding in the wake of GDC Europe, Gamescom 2012 is Europe's largest trade fair for games and interactive entertainment. It runs from August 15th through August 19th in Cologne, Germany, and...

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Wargaming buys middleware developer BigWorld for $45 million

Wargaming buys middleware developer BigWorld for $45 million. World of Tanks publisher Wargaming has acquired Australia-based middleware software developer BigWorld Technology for $45 million,...

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'World of Battleships' is now 'World of Warships'

"World of Battleships" has been renamed "World of Warships." World of Battleships, set to release for PC in 2013, is now World of Warships, developer Wargaming.net announced today. Wargaming says...

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'World of Tanks' Ural Steel tournament registration opens, offers $77,000 in prizes

Registration begins today for the Ural Steel 2012 international tournament. Registration begins today for the Ural Steel 2012 international tournament, which will pit teams from North America,...

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From Naval dreadnought to floating gaming station

The USS Iowa is one of the last of a dying breed, a ship of the line, a dreadnought designed to power up alongside an enemy ship and take a beating while delivering broadsides of fire that push the...

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Play 'World of Warplanes' in the belly of a WWII battleship

World War II battleship USS IOWA is getting a gaming-centric overhaul, adding a virtual recreation of a its role in the landings at Okinawa and granting visitors the chance to virtually defend the...

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World of Everything: From Tanks to Planes to Battleships to World Domination

Russia, Victor Kislyi explains to me, is a tank culture. America, he says, is a warplane culture. Japan? They are battleships. It seems appropriate that the world, as seen through the eyes of...