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Frag Doll Joins True Games as Warrior Epic Community Liaison

March 16, 2009


Part of the All-Girl Team of Gamers-The Frag Dolls- Hattabaugh Comes Aboard the Warrior Epic Team As It Prepares For Its Upcoming Launch

True Games, an international publisher of multi-player online games, added a new member to its growing Warrior Epic team; Community Liaison, Brooke Hattabaugh. Ms. Hattabaugh is one of the founding members of Ubisoft Entertainment's Frag Dolls, a highly-skilled group of professional female gamers who compete nationally in professional tournaments and are responsible for promoting the games and presence of women in the gaming industry.

"Brooke Hattabaugh is an enormous asset to the Warrior Epic team," said CEO Bob Drobish. "Her extensive gaming knowledge and abilities and her knack for generating interest and excitement and fostering relationships in gaming communities, are a perfect fit for the Warrior Epic community."

As Community Liaison, Hattabaugh is charged with cultivating an active online community for Warrior Epic, officially moderating all game related public forums and creating an extensive online presence for the game and the company. Hattabaugh brings more than six years experience in the areas of participating in and managing online gaming forums, community feedback and public speaking appearances at gaming conventions.

"I can't wait to start developing a relationship with the Warrior Epic community," said Hattabaugh. "Working with the community is vital to making a good game into a great game. Listening to the community feedback will play a vital role in the success of Warrior Epic, and as the voice for the community, my promise to them is that their feedback will never go unheard."

Prior to joining True Games, her duties as a highly-recognized Frag Doll included attending and competing in various professional game competitions and industry trade shows, speaking engagements, participating in many on-camera interviews for various national and international print and TV media outlets and was also responsible for organizing community events, both live and online.

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