iEntertainment Network

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iEntertainment Network (formerly known as Interactive Magic) is an American online gaming company, founded by JW "Wild Bill" Stealey, the co-founder and former CEO of MicroProse Software with Sid Meier, a game developer. IENT currently operates WarBirds, M4TankBrigade, BowHunter2015, Outdoors Unlimited, and the

iEntertainment Network, Inc. (OTCBB:IENT) is a provider of online entertainment communities and publisher of online and retail games. WarBirds, IENT’s massively multiplayer flight simulation software, which plays on both PCs and MAC computers, has won numerous awards around the world for “Best Online Simulation Game" since the simulation release in 1995,[1][2] and attracts players from countries around the world.

IENT is currently developing Mobile Outdoors Games. IENT first mobile game is due to be released in April 2015 with at least two additional games planned for the following 12 months. IENT plans on making a series of Outdoors games on Hunting, Fishing, Archery, and Gun sports as a continuing franchise.

IENT was a fully reporting public company and hopes to return to that status in early 2016.


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