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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Tank News : SEA Is Under APAC! I Repeat! SEA Is Under APAC!


I would like to inform you that the World of Tanks™ South East Asia (SEA) will no longer exist for its presence will be known as World of Tanks™ Asia Pasific (APAC) in the future starting 1st of June 2013, which is a year after WoT SEA was officially launched. In the early stage the game was previously brought in to Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Singapore was chosen as the hub connecting these countries. I still remembered when SEA server got a sudden boost of player logging in, it lagged everybody out. 

The forum was flooded with complaints by the newbies as well as cheers and supports from considerate players from around the region. Thanks to the dedication by Wargaming, the incident were taken care off pretty swiftly, and afterwards we were blasting each other again.

Closed beta players received a KV 220-T during open beta as a present. It is basically a premium tank consist of a KV-1 turret with a KV-3 hull and was a tough bastard for a tier 5 and was much liked by owners, minus its gun accuracy and speed of course. 

KV 220 Rendering. Click here for more info for this tank 

Today, WoT SEA has managed to expand its reach to include Australia, New Zealand, and recently Taiwan and Japan. Wargaming is also planning to penetrate into Hong Kong and Indonesian market to further reinforce its position in the region.The objective of this transition is to provide localized region support as well as better gaming experience. 

Original text can be found here : [ LINK ]

Personally as I think that this announcement proves that Wargaming is serious in providing  better services for its supported game series in this region and not just making SEA just another proxy. I have played many online games and not many are willing to even listen to the player's rants and ravings. I wish all the best for Wargaming in the future and will continue to show my support as a player and a fan. 

jonidipp out.

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