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Apr 3, 2008


Pack Expands Antaloor Online Multiplayer Experience Even Further

Grapevine, Tx - April 3, 2008 - SouthPeak Games has announced that Curse
of Souls, the highly anticipated second set of downloadable content for
their open world role-playing game Two Worlds, is now available via Xbox
LIVE(r) Marketplace. Rated M for Mature, the content pack expands the
online multiplayer world of Antaloor with new maps and weapons, and is
available for 600 Microsoft points.

Curse of Souls' four new maps offer over 35 never before seen quests for
players to conquer together. In addition, players can battle one another
in an innovative player-versus-player challenge where opponents battle
to control magical orbs within a variety of arenas. In all, there are
over 10 hours of new content in this downloadable pack.

Players can also combine Curse of Souls with Tainted Blood, the first
downloadable content pack for Two Worlds, to greatly expand the
experience. Tainted Blood offered new maps, more quests, and introduced
players to the town of Tharnburg. Composed of two distinct districts,
those visiting the new town can learn skills in the Merchant's District,
or challenge other players to battle in the Gladiator District's huge

"The online portion of Two Worlds has proven immensely popular with the
game's fans, and this downloadable pack not only offers new places to
explore but gives players an arena to go mono e mono and see who has
created the stronger character," said Melanie Mroz, CEO of SouthPeak
Games. "Combined with the first downloadable content pack, there are
more hours of multiplayer gaming available than many single-player games

In January, SouthPeak Interactive, LLC and Global Services Partners
Acquisition Corp. (OTC Bulletin Board: GSPA, GSPAB, GSPAW, GSPAZ)
jointly announced that they have agreed to a business combination
resulting in a new publicly held entity that will be called SouthPeak
Interactive Corporation. The transaction will allow SouthPeak to access
the public markets to accelerate its growth strategy and take advantage
of strong industry growth trends.

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