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What does WOW stand for?
WOW stands for World of Warcraft (game)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Localization of The Burning Crusade, Blizzard's first World of Warcraft expansion, into simplified Chinese is underway, and further details regarding the release of the expansion in China will be announced in the months ahead.
7 million players had already logged in and upgraded World of Warcraft to play The Burning Crusade.
Blizzard Entertainment([R]) today announced that the release date for World of Warcraft([R]): The Burning Crusade([TM]), the highly anticipated expansion for World of Warcraft, will be in January 2007.
The company also announced that it has invited China The9 Interactive, Blizzard's local current partner for World of Warcraft in mainland China, to negotiate the upcoming World of Warcraft expansion set, World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade, and to discuss its release in mainland China currently planned for next year.
This latest milestone comes on the heels of Blizzard Entertainment(R)'s recent announcement of a World of Warcraft expansion, World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade(TM), which will push the boundaries of the game and offer even more content and features for players.
The commercial launch of World of Warcraft in the region of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau follows a highly successful open-beta period.
It's very rewarding to see so many new and returning players logging in to play World of Warcraft daily," said Mike Morhaime, president and co-founder of Blizzard Entertainment.