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Moto Race Challenge runs with Major Success

Greentube AG, the world's leading operator of multiplayer skill game platforms and 3D skill games, has developed and launched "Interwetten Moto Race Challenge" in 4 countries across Europe. A member of media-partners is promoting the exciting racing simulator. The PC game already has a huge fan base, especially in Spain, and is optimised for the production of videos as user-generated content. Therefore, it is ideally suited for cross-media implementation in partnership with TV stations and other media companies.

As a result of the release of the game and combined advertising power of the existing and future partners, the game is expected to generate more than 1 million downloads.

As with the other games in Greentube's eSport 3D series, Interwetten Moto Race Challenge is financed by dynamic in-game advertising by major brand partners such as Emmi, Microspot and Interwetten as a main sponsor in each country edition. The technology behind the game was developed by GreentubeAG and has been refined over the last few years.

Moto Race Challenge has been developed with four different tracks: Sachsen, Br?nn, Estoril and Valencia - all being released step-by-step with a training, qualification and race weekend system. This maximises the dramaturgy of the game and further enhances the user-experience.

Eberhard D?rrschmid, CEO Greentube:

"Interwetten Moto Race Challenge will obviously be one of our leading summer 3D eSport products, while Ski Challenge will remain our No. 1 winter sports game. We are constantly expanding our range of successful free download games as well as our worldwide base of partners and gamers. Ski Challenge was downloaded 3 million times last winter and we are convinced that our other games will be as successful in the midterm."

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