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New Leader in Germany: i-Jet Media Among Top Three Publishers

i-Jet Media which is the largest social game publisher and distributor in Russia and Eastern Europe launched two new game projects, AirPort and Crazy Cars, on German's leading social network VZnet Networks. Therefore, there have lalready been nine social games published by i-Jet Media on studiVZ, schülerVZ and meinVZ since June 2010, and it took only three months for i-Jet Media to become one of the larger suppliers of gaming applications for German social networks.

Aiport is a game by Russian developer from the city of Voronezh, HappyCoders. Crazy Cars were developed by Ukrainian BigFoot Games. i-Jet Media announces to publish these apps further on international social network Netlog and Polish Nasza Klasa as well as on Facebook, Orkut, Friendster, Hi5, Spanish Tuenti, Hungarian iWiW and Lithuanian One.lt.

Airport and Crazy Cars are business simulators. As owners of aiports and automobile companies respectively, players build and develop their infrastructure. Aiport's German name is Flughafen, and Crazy Cars are called Crazy Autos in Germany.

Before that, i-Jet Media Airport published Urban Gangs, Happy Farm, Farm Frenzy, Fashion Life, Wild West Trains, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Stone Age on VZnet Networks.

The launch of Aiport and Crazy Cars is of extreme significance for the company, because it allowed i-Jet Media to advance to the third place right behind German developer Plinga and Chinese Elex. General Producer of i-Jet Media Alexey Kostarev stated that nowadays the whole European market is a battlefield between three regions: Asia, Russia and Europe itself. "The European social game market is not glutted. It is growing fast and has a high ARPU. Such a fantastic framework attracts publishers from all over the world, and those are to win who will offer the best products as soon as possible," Alexey Kostarev specified.

i-Jet Media remains the only publisher who promotes Russian developers to the European market. The company has already launched games by Alawar Entertainment, Evolution, and HappyCoders. i-Jet Media plans to publish more products made by both Russian and Western studios in the nearest future. "I have no doubt that we will become the largest publisher in Germany as well as Europe in general: we have 40 top-class teams with an army of 5,000 people, and these numbers increase day by day," summed up Alexey Kostarev.

VZnet Networks based in Berlin, Germany is Germany’s leading social network. More than 17 million members are communicating on our three platforms schülerVZ (www.schuelerVZ.net), studiVZ (www.studivz.net) and meinVZ (www.meinVZ.net) with their classmates, friends and colleagues. Every day more than 2 million photos are uploaded and 13 million messages sent. VZnet Networks Ltd. was created in October 2005 as studiVZ Ltd. and has been part of the Georg von Holtzbrinck Publishing Group since January 2007. The CEO of VZnet Networks Ltd. is Dr. Clemens Riedl.

i-Jet Media is an international social games distribution network. Its portfolio includes 70 games by various developers published in 30 social networks all over the world, and 65 million users. Nowadays, the company takes an active part in developing European and Asian markets, as well as mobile social games service.
 
Contact i-Jet Media:
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khachaturov-av@i-jet.net

Contact VZnet Netzwerke ltd.:
Dirk Hensen
Tel.: +49 (0) 30 40 50 427 230
E-Mail: dhensen@vz.net

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