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GamersFirst Partners With Flowplay


GamersFirst Partners With Flowplay

Next Level of Social interaction can be found in ourWorld

GamersFirst a service of K2 Network and one of today's most popular free2play online game destinations, announces ourWorld to be found on and will be shown at E3 in Los Angeles at the GamersFirst booth.

ourWorld is a new breed of online entertainment that blends casual gaming, and creative self expression together in a rich and vibrant online world. ourWorld’s currency, Flow, is designed to reward members for working and playing together; the more social the activity, the more members win, users can choose from dozens of social activities including games, dancing in clubs and watching videos all while earning more flow for their characters. A richly detailed and diverse environment allows the user to build unique personalities from thousands of clothing items, looks and animations ourWorld is designed with an emphasis on promoting creativity, collaboration, and cooperation in a guided online environment

"ourWorld is the next step in social interaction for Tweens and Teens throughout the world." says Josh Downs, Associate Producer, GamersFirst. "We are honored to be working with FlowPlay on this step into the future of social networking."

ourWorld is a place for everyone to explore, play, and make friends. Try the games, view other player's profiles and see the sites. All ourWorld content, including games, environments, videos, and music, has been created and selected to be safe for players of all ages, with a focus on material that would be fun and interesting to teens. ourWorld is an island in the sky created by a group of kids who were tired of the mundane world and wanted to create a world that expressed their creativity and imagination.

“There are few companies that have the Free2Play experience of K2 Network. We’re happy to have them not only distributing ourWorld but also advising us on best industry practices for monetization and customer retention,” says Derrick Morton, CEO of FlowPlay.


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