GAMERANGER REFUSES TO PROVIDE DEDICATED SERVER BROWSING FOR MODERN WARFARE 2
Perth, Western Australia -- November 6, 2009 -- GameRanger Technologies today announced that GameRanger, the multiplayer matchmaking service, will not be providing dedicated server browsing for Modern Warfare 2, the sequel to Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.
"After careful consideration, it was decided that Modern Warfare 2 will be too niche to warrant GameRanger providing dedicated server browsing support at this time," said Scott Kevill, president of GameRanger Technologies. "This'll show 'em who means business!"
GameRanger already provides dedicated server browsing for the original Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, allowing users to quickly and easily filter around 15,000 dedicated servers down to just the ones that interest them.
More recently GameRanger became a widely recommended solution for thousands of gamers unable to play Borderlands online due to routers and firewalls.
GameRanger runs on Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 and is available as a free download from http://www.GameRanger.com
GameRanger is the longest running multiplayer online gaming service, having originally opened to Mac gaming in 1999. In November 2008, GameRanger expanded to PC gaming and now offers full lobby support for over 600 games -- significantly more than any other multiplayer service -- and is rapidly becoming the preferred choice of gamers for playing their friends online. GameRanger Technologies is located in Perth, Western Australia.
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