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Kaspersky Lab bundles Internet Security 2013 with World of Warcraft

April 30, 2013 • Gadgets and Gaming

As of today, gamers can take advantage of a special arrangement between Kaspersky Lab and Blizzard Entertainment. The two companies are working together to offer a software bundle that includes Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 (KIS) and World of Warcraft, the world’s number one subscription-based massively multiplayer online role-playing game – both for the regular KIS 2013 retail price of R399.00 (for 1 user). This package is available from major retail chains in South Africa.

The two companies are working together to offer a software bundle that includes Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 (KIS) and World of Warcraft (image: Blizzard)

The KIS 2013 and World of Warcraft bundle comes with its own unique packaging, as well as 30 days of free game time to explore World of Warcraft, including the content of Blizzard’s Burning Crusade and Wrath of the Lich King expansion sets.

Players who purchase the bundle will be able to play the award-winning World of Warcraft while benefiting from Kaspersky Internet Security 2013’s world-class protection from all types of contemporary cyber-threats which can be encountered via everyday computer use.

“Cybercrime is no longer just about stealing passwords to bank accounts or annoying us with spam. It has become a serious issue for gamers. According to our research, every day up to 7,000 online gamers worldwide* come across malicious programmes designed to steal their passwords,” said Sergey Golovanov, Malware Expert at Kaspersky Lab. “Gamers should take responsibility for securing themselves against possible threats. Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 is the latest edition of our proven security software, and offers gamers a reliable defensive tool against cyber-threats.”

“Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 understands what gamers need. It has a special ’Game Mode’ which, when activated, postpones resource-hungry processes to free up processor power for smooth gaming,” added Riaan Badenhorst, Head of Operations for Kaspersky Lab Africa. “Additionally, it doesn’t distract you with notifications if you choose a full-screen mode while gaming; yet it never stops protecting you and your gaming experience.”

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