1 Million: World of Tanks Sets Highest Concurrent User Record

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Wargaming has announced that its free-to-play MMO war action game World of Tanks has set a new record with over 1,114,000 gamers playing concurrently on the Russian cluster on 19 January 2014.


According to Andrei Yarantsau, VP of Publishing at Wargaming, Russian servers serve several million daily active users on average.

He said, “In 2013, we put a great amount of effort into growing World of Tanks, enriching it with new gameplay features and content. Tankmen on the Russian servers all play at different times of the day and although their overall number has long since surpassed several million daily active users, the PCCU has been hovering around 900,000 gamers for the past few months. Finally, we’ve breached the one million mark. We are set to scale even greater heights with considerable improvements planned for World of Tanks in 2014”.

There are currently over 75 million virtual tankers globally and Wargaming continues to improve and enhance the game, moving forward in 2014.

World of Tanks is the first and only team-based MMO dedicated to armoured warfare. The portfolio of impressively detailed, historically accurate armoured vehicles total over 300 from US, Germany, the Soviet Union, France, Great Britain, Japan and China.

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