NVIDIA and Chinese Gamer International announced today that they have reached an agreement to collaborate on the development and marketing of games created by Chinese Gamer. The first title to bear the fruit of the cooperation is Jing Yong Online 2.0 which, like its predecessor, is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game based on the famous martial art novels of the author Jing Yong. This new game is set in an immersive 3D environment enabled by NVIDIA graphics processor units (GPUs). The companies will also engage in co-marketing activities as part of the NVIDIA “The Way It’s Meant to Be Played” (TWIMTBP) program beginning with Jing Yong Online 2.0’s initial release in Taiwan this December. With the formation of this strategic alliance, Chinese Gamer becomes the first Taiwan based game development company to join the growing ranks of the world’s top game makers that have joined forces with NVIDIA to deliver a compelling out-of-the-box gaming experience.

SINGAPORE — NOVEMBER 29, 2004 — NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), a
worldwide leader in graphics and media processors, and Chinese Gamer
International Corp., a leading developer and service provider of online games,
announced today that they have reached an agreement to collaborate on the
development and marketing of games created by Chinese Gamer.

The first title to bear the fruit of the cooperation is Jing Yong Online 2.0
which, like its predecessor, is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game
based on the famous martial art novels of the author Jing Yong. This new game is
set in an immersive 3D environment enabled by NVIDIA graphics processor units (GPUs).

The companies will also engage in co-marketing activities as part of the NVIDIA
“The Way It’s Meant to Be Played” (TWIMTBP) program beginning with Jing Yong
Online 2.0’s initial release in Taiwan this December.

With the formation of this strategic alliance, Chinese Gamer becomes the first
Taiwan based game development company to join the growing ranks of the world’s
top game makers that have joined forces with NVIDIA to deliver a compelling
out-of-the-box gaming experience.

As is the case with the games that are part of the NVIDIA TWIMTBP program,
titles developed by Chinese Gamer will be extensively tested by both companies
to produce a stable and compatible gaming experience for users with PCs equipped
with NVIDIA® GPUs. Additionally, Chinese Gamer has adopted NVIDIA GPUs as the
reference graphics hardware platform for game development and is also working
with NVIDIA engineers to optimise and visually enhance its games on GeForce™ FX
and GeForce 6 graphics processors.

“We expect that our partnership with NVIDIA will ensure that our games will
remain at the cutting edge of 3D technology,” said Kuei-Ping Chen, CEO of
Chinese Gamer. In Jing Yong Online 2.0’s case, the stunning realism and eye
candy found in the game should only add to the broad appeal that its predecessor
already enjoyed. Jing Yong Online 2.0 is the sequel of Jing Yong Online, one of
the most popular online games in Chinese society worldwide, including Taiwan and
China, with 5 million active subscribers and 200,000 concurrent users. Players
of Jing Yong Online 2.0 are expected to enjoy the game’s visual effects when
powered by the NVIDIA GeForce family of GPUs.

“Combining Chinese Gamer’s talent in game creation with the world class NVIDIA
developer support team’s experience in 3D graphics should result in addictive
games that also have strong visual appeal,” said Keita Iida, general manager of
Asia-Pacific developer relations at NVIDIA. “We are excited to be partnering
with an online game development leader in a region that is experiencing
explosive growth in this genre of online games.”

About Chinese Gamer International
Based in Taiwan, Chinese Gamer is a leading online game developer and publisher
of entertainment software catering to the worldwide Chinese communities, and has
subsidiaries in China. It is also the first game developer listed in Taiwan
stock market. To date, Chinese Gamer has released Jing Yong Online, Three
Kingdoms Online, TS Online, Love Box Online, DTO Online and Jing Yong Online 2.0
in Taiwan, China and Chinese societies. Beginning this year, Chinese Gamer will
make a foray into the educational and e-learning markets. For more information,
please visit the Company’s website at
http://www.chinesegamer.net/