Partnership Between Virgin Gaming and Ubisoft

Virgin GamingThe fastest growing online gaming community, Virgin Gaming, announced today a partnership with Ubisoft in courtesy of which it will be the provider for some of their most anticipated multiplayer console releases, like Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.

“Ubisoft is one of the leading video game publishers in the world and we are thrilled to offer our members the opportunity to compete in some of their best multiplayer console games,” said Rob Segal, CEO of Virgin Gaming. “Virgin Gaming is a unique convergence of social networking, video games and competitive gaming, and we are excited that Ubisoft shares our vision for the platform and its potential.”

“Ubisoft is thrilled to be partnering with Virgin Gaming on its new venture. We have an exciting lineup of multiplayer titles this year that we believe will be a perfect fit for gamers to play and compete against each other in a tournament setting,” said Laurent Detoc, president of Ubisoft North America.

Virgin Gaming is the first online platform for gamers of all skill levels that give the ability to compete in some of the best games and biggest prizes. Virgin Gaming will give away over one million dollars in cash and prizes over the next twelve months.

For more information visit virgingaming.com.

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