You know Wargaming is doing well when they even get featured in the RollingStone Magazine.
RollingStone Magazine said that “Victor Kislyi was a young boy in the Soviet Socialist Republic of Belarus, his father took him to see a theatrical revival of the Kirk Douglas epic Spartacus.” that managed to “built an empire from historically accurate battle sims.”
Wargaming.net’s line of “freemium” PC titles – World of Tanks, World of Warplanes and World of Warships – have 150 million registered players who purchase over four million in-game items every day. The most expensive are authentic recreations of vintage military hardware: A rocket-powered Japanese J8M interceptor aircraft for $54.99, a 1930s Leningrad-class Soviet destroyer for $25.99 or a WWII-era British Black Prince tank that never made it past the prototype phase for $10.49.
It’s an interesting article,
but some information I believe they either got it wrong, or really don’t know why the Black Prince costs $10.49… Turns out it’s the Matilda Black Prince… If you want to read the article in full, just visit the RollingStone Magazine website.