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SIMBIN have today announced they extended their license for the FIA GT series until 2012. This not only serves to preview GTR 2 but should be an indication of multiple more GTR series titles in the next few years.

Press release:

SimBin signs long term FIA GT license with SRO
SimBin secures future productions of the successful racing game GTR, based on the FIA GT Championship. The organisation behind the championship, SRO, and SimBin has agreed on a prolonged cooperation lasting until year 2012.

SimBin is delighted to announce that a new agreement has been signed with the organisation behind the FIA GT Championship – SRO.

– This extended license with SRO allows us to continue developing games based on the prestigious championship. It is strategically wise to build further on GTR which is established as one of the cornerstones of our company. This also means that we continue a well established, mutual trust and cooperation with SRO, where we also work side by side on marketing. Now we can keep on making the best racing games for many years to come and bring GTR to the next generation platforms, says Henrik Roos, CEO and original founder of SimBin.

The new agreement covers all FIA GT seasons until 2012 and the future championships opens up great opportunities for developing games with new technology, on new platforms, aiming to get even closer to the ultimate racing experience in a game.

– We are very pleased to continue this long-term collaboration, which has seen the FIA GT Championship become the subject of one of the very best racing simulation games available. SimBin, with their racing background, know exactly what the FIA GT Championship is about, which is what gives the GTR game its incredibly realistic nature, Stéphane Ratel, Chairman of SRO, comments.

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