A new browser-friendly gaming portal has opened for gaming youth between the ages of 6-14 years of age. In association with the MLB and NBA, the new entertainment browser portal offers gamers free-to-play games, activities and an active community for online, social interaction.
“The launch of ActionAllStars.com marks a significant milestone in the ever-evolving online entertainment industry for children," said Minard Hamilton, CEO and co-founder of Six Degrees Games, along with Ben Jones, President. “With casual games and, more specifically, the virtual world’s space being one of the fastest growing genres in interactive entertainment, our team’s focus is on delivering a safe, accessible, and revolutionary sports entertainment experience which users of all ages can enjoy. We’re also excited about partnering with the NBA and MLB.com which have enabled us to provide our community with new and exciting sports experiences on a daily basis.”
Users can create their own avatar, decorate some Home turf, and best of all, compete in free-to-play events and challenges. The entire AllStars experience takes place on the user's browser and requires no downloads. So at least your computer will be spared the unfriendly fate of spyware. You can learn more about this new service by visiting the Official Action AllStars Website, or stay tuned in with Blend Games for more news and updates regarding all things gaming.
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