Perth, Western Australia -- November 12, 2003 -- Scott Kevill, president, GameRanger Technologies, today announced the addition Unicode support to GameRanger, the leading Macintosh multiplayer online gaming service.

Full Unicode support means that chat rooms, game rooms, private messages, and more are now multilingual, allowing members around the world to use their native alphabets in addition to Roman alphabets.

"I'm excited to add Unicode support to GameRanger," stated Scott Kevill, "as this will allow GameRanger's Japanese, Chinese and other members to chat in their native languages, enhancing GameRanger's truly global multiplayer experience."

GameRanger provides hours of entertainment for interactive game players around the world, supporting online multiplayer gameplay for over 100 game titles, with highlights including Age of Empires II, Dungeon Siege, Ghost Recon, NASCAR Racing 2003, Scrabble, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 and Warrior Kings.

GameRanger is the first and largest internet multiplayer game matchmaking service for the Macintosh. Introduced over three years ago, the GameRanger community is home to over 140,000 registered members playing more than 120 popular game titles spanning classic, action, strategy and simulation. GameRanger 3.0 recently received the prestigious award of Best of Show at Macworld Expo New York 2002. GameRanger Technologies is located in Perth, Australia.

GameRanger is available free from <>.

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