Perth, Western Australia -- July 11, 2012 -- GameRanger, the PC online gaming service, today announced that three million users have signed up and created multiplayer profiles to play their games online with friends.

The GameRanger service now supports over 600 multiplayer games with its fast, easy to use interface. Unlike other services, GameRanger solves router and firewall network problems automatically, making it simple to play online with friends. GameRanger now has over 9 million multiplayer games played each month.

GameRanger has provided a new home for many orphaned games such as Race Driver: GRID, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, and The Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle-earth series. GameRanger also became a popular, robust replacement for the problematic built-in multiplayer services for Borderlands and Demigod.

"This incredible milestone demonstrates how significant this service is to PC gamers, since the phenomenal growth is almost entirely from word-of-mouth," said Scott Kevill, president of GameRanger Technologies.

GameRanger runs on Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 and is available as a free download from

About GameRanger

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 now has over 3 million members worldwide. GameRanger Technologies is located in Perth, Western Australia. For more information, visit and follow and

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