Fairfax, VA - January 12, 2006 - Mythic Entertainment, developer and publisher of the critically-acclaimed massively-multiplayer online role-playing game “Dark Age of Camelot,” today announced the towns and dates for the 2006 “Dark Age of Camelot” Roundtable Road Trip. Members of the game’s development and community teams will host local gatherings, giving attendees the chance to meet fellow players, ask their most burning questions, win prizes, and enjoy an entertaining evening.
“The 2005 Roundtable Road Trip proved to be a great success. We had an opportunity to interact with thousands of players across the country,” said Eugene Evans, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Mythic Entertainment. “The player community has been key to the success of the game over the last four years and it’s important that we get out and interact with them. Our team is excited to hit the road again in 2006.”
Also announced was the larger-scale annual fan gathering, the “Dark Age of Camelot” Roundtable, scheduled to take place on September 29 – 30, 2006 at The Rio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV. The Roundtable will feature two days of “Dark Age of Camelot”-themed activities including developer presentations and panels, guest speakers, LAN play sponsored by Intel, movie and costume contests, and a "Camelot"-themed game show or two.
“Dark Age of Camelot” Roundtable Road Trip Schedule
January, 20, 2006 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
February 11, 2006 Orlando, Florida
March 25, 2006 San Francisco, California
April, 22, 2006 Wayne, New Jersey
June 29, 2006 Columbus, Ohio
July 22, 2006 San Diego, California
October 14, 2006 San Antonio, Texas
November, 2006 Seattle, Washington
For more information on the “Dark Age of Camelot” Roundtable and Roundtable Road Trip specifics, please go to http://roundtable.darkageofcamelot.com To view photographs from the previous Roundtable events, including the Roundtable Road Trip events, please visit http://roundtable.darkageofcamelot.com/pastevents.php
About “Dark Age of Camelot”(R)
Celebrating its four year anniversary, “Dark Age of Camelot” is a massively-multiplayer online role-playing game (“MMORPG”) featuring Realm vs. Realm(TM) combat, Mythic’s unique take on Player vs. Player action, multiple class and race combinations, a robust trade skill system, and the most comprehensive player Guild system in any MMORPG. The world of Dark Age of Camelot features three Realms at war – Midgard, Hibernia and Albion. Based on the mythologies of Viking-era Scandinavia, ancient Ireland, and Arthurian Britain, respectively, the once-peaceful Realms began to battle after the death of King Arthur. Players quest, fight monsters, form guilds and eventually gain enough power to defend their Realm from enemies. Since its release in October 2001, Dark Age of Camelot has received critical acclaim, including Online Game of the Year by Computer Games Magazine and Computer Gaming World, and PC Game of the Year by USA Today and MSNBC. Dark Age of Camelot continues to grow and expand worldwide and has proven to be an enduring success. The sixth expansion pack for the game, Darkness Rising™, was released last fall and is available via digital distribution and as part of the new Dark Age of Camelot: Epic Edition.
For more information about Dark Age of Camelot, visit www.darkageofcamelot.com. About Mythic Entertainment(R) Mythic Entertainment is celebrating its tenth year anniversary as one of the most successful developers and publishers of massively-multiplayer online role-playing games in the world. Credited with 15 online games, including the award winning Dark Age of Camelot, Mythic’s success is based in proprietary technology, superior game design and exemplary customer service delivered by a talented staff of more than 170 people. Dark Age of Camelot is played in almost every country in the world, and is available in seven languages. The game was released in Japanese in January 2005 and in March 2005 became the first international MMORPG available in Spanish. Mythic is currently developing the Warhammer MMORPG which will be available in 2007.
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