New Perfect World and Partnership Offers Exclusive Neverwinter in-game Digital Rewards and Titles

New Perfect World and Partnership Offers Exclusive Neverwinter in-game Digital Rewards and Titles

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND –, the new Gamer Reward website where players can win real-life prizes for playing their favorite games, announced today that they have partnered with Perfect World Entertainment to feature Neverwinter as an offering. is completely free to join and registered gamers can earn points just for playing popular games like League of Legends, Smite, and Destiny, with many more games being added soon.

CEO Charlie Meaden explained the rapid expansion of “When we think about Uproar, we mainly consider one question – How can we help games become more successful? The answer is simple: Give users more sense of purpose and provide tools so that communities can grow and become thriving hubs of like-minded gamers.”

Neverwinter is an extremely popular MMO with a global community of over 12 million registered players. This free-to-play massively multiplayer online role-playing game is developed by Cryptic Studios and published by Perfect World Entertainment. It is currently available on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. The game is based in the fictional Forgotten Realms city of Neverwinter from the popular Dungeons & Dragons franchise.

Gamers who register on can earn points by completing particular
in-game objectives and/or interacting in the Uproar community. They can
then use their earnings to enter raffles to win merchandise such as gaming peripherals from Razer and SteelSeries, in-game currency, special skins, gift cards, and more.

In addition, Uproar will also be regularly posting gaming event and tournament details on a global scale along with game updates and eSports information. Uproar users can join existing communities on the site or create their own communities based on their particular game interests.

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