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Always an issue in a land suffering from the tyranny of distance and a relative small market place, Australia is often neglected when it comes to gaming infrastructure.  This won’t be so says iiNet as it ramps up gaming servers for the blockbusting Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2.


ISP iiNet has teamed with local gaming infrastructure gurus Gameservers.com to provide servers for COD: BO2 low-latency hungry players on PC..


games.on.net (the iiNet games portal) has partnered with Gameservers.com to deliver rock-solid, lightning fast Black Ops 2 servers with quota-free access for customers of the iiNet Group.  

The announcement comes after a successful partnership between games.on.net and Gameservers.com for the previous title Call of Duty: Black Ops.

Heidi Angove, iiNet Group’s Content Manager, said the continued partnership would help provide the best possible Australian multiplayer experience for the new title.

“games.on.net and gameservers.com are hoping to grow our relationship even further in the future so that we can continue to provide a better gaming experience for all Australians,” Ms Angove said.

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