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Cartoon Network has launched two multiplayer online games in India, in partnership with Turner Networks and Zapak. It now offers access to the recently launched MMORPG, Ben 10 Omniverse: Rise of Heroes, and the new version of its popular Toon Football game.
[RELATED_ARTICLE]The launch of the two multiplayer online games also sees the launch of a new in-game currency, CN Coins, which will allow users to purchase items and upgrades in an otherwise free-to-play environment. Cartoon Network's CN Coins can either be purchased online or as pre-paid cards from retail outlets across India including Zapak café networks and gameplexes.