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12/27/2013
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Fort Lee, N.J– December 30, 2013 –  Fantage.com Inc, a leading online virtual world for kids ages 7-14, announces the official launch of its website in Spanish to make the game available for its Spanish-speaking audience. The first phase of the newly released website,  http://www.fantage.com/es, started this month and will give users access to most locations including Mt. Fantage, Carnival and the most popular Uptown and Downtown areas. Users will have full featured access to all locations after the second and final phase that is expected to be completed by early 2014.

“I am very excited to bring  Fantage to the Latin American market. We make a diligent effort in finding ways to best reach our growing audience. As our company continues to expand, our aim will always focus on creating enjoyable and socially interactive experiences for kids worldwide,” said Justin Kim, Chief Executive Officer of the company.

The Spanish version will offer the same cool gaming features as the English version, including but not limited to: single and multi-player mini-games; virtual parties and fashion shows; avatar customization and a secure multi-user chatting system.  Fantage has also created a new Facebook fan page for its Latin American users,  www.facebook.com/fantage.es.

To join more than 25 million players on  Fantage, a website that is dedicated to bringing a safe and fun community for children as well as their parents, please visit  http://www.fantage.com

About Fantage

Founded in 2007, and launched in the following year,  Fantage.com Inc. is one of the most popular hotspots for children ages 7-14 online.  Fantage.com offers a wide variety of features, all of which are age appropriate and family friendly. With new activities and games created regularly, players engage in an endless exciting adventure that not only entertains but also promotes positive social interaction with fellow members. Children can host themed virtual parties with other players and participate in a group chat system that is actively monitored.  Fantage continues to build a fun and exciting environment that is also safe and secure for the entire family. For more information about  Fantage, visit www.fantage.com.

For more information visit  Fantage on  Facebook and check out the company blog at  http://blog.fantage.com

 

 
   
   
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