Free-to-Play Online Game Publisher K2 Network Selects Intergi as Online Advertising Representation Partner

Intergi (, a leading video game and entertainment advertising network and representation company, today announced it has entered into a new advertising agreement with K2 Network (, one of todays most popular free-to-play online game publishers and social portals for gaming enthusiasts.

Per the agreement, Intergi will represent and supply advertising placement across K2 Networks game portal, GamersFirst, ( bringing ads to players of Sword of the New World, War Rock, Knight Online, Global MU Online and Red Stone. Terms of the agreement are non-disclosed.

K2 Network is the leading MMOG service company in the Western Hemisphere, serving 16 million gamers in over 100 countries, said Jayson Dubin, president of Intergi. Add their volume of users to our reach of more than 160 million gamers per month, and you get an incredibly powerful opportunity to reach a significant portion of the online and video gaming community.

Our recently launched game portal GamersFirst is a single point of access for reaching all of our gamers and advertisers, said K2 Network CEO, Joshua Hong. Were serious about building an ad network that is relevant and valuable to our gamers. We believe Intergi will help make this happen.

Intergi offers highly customized advertising campaigns to web portals and game companies including Vivendi, Electronic Arts, Activision, Eidos, Wizards of the Coast, THQ, Blizzard and many others.

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