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Metin 2 Announces New Affiliate Program

Posted Fri, Mar 07, 2008 by Aelryn

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Players and web magazines have a new opportunity to earn cash prizes from Metin 2, according to a press release that went out this morning.

G4BOX Inc, a North American publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment media, announced today the launch of its new affiliate marketing program for its popular MMORPG, METIN 2. The new program is available to both players of the game who want to invite friends to join, as well as websites with gaming traffic who want to post METIN 2 banners. Full program details can be found at http://www.metin2.us/e1_rule.htm.

“We are happy to introduce this Affiliate program which caters to both our current players who want to invite friends and earn great new in-game items, as well as websites with gaming traffic who want to carry our banners and generate cash rewards,” said Howard He, CEO of G4BOX Inc. “With this program, more people are introduced to METIN 2 and our community continues to expand and grow—and this rewards program allows us to thank the players and affiliates who are helping to make it grow.”

Read all about the program at the official rules.

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