Press Releases

Privateer Press Discontinues Packaged Stat Cards

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Contact: Jackson Wood, Marketing Manager, Privateer Press, [email protected], 425-625-2380

Discontinuation of Packaged Stat Cards

April 14, 2017
Bellevue, WA — Privateer Press has discontinued the inclusion of physical stat cards in non-starter products for the WARMACHINE & HORDES miniatures games. Beginning this month, updated cards can be found and downloaded for free at privateerpress.com/rules.


Privateer Press Celebrates New Edition Milestones at Lock & Load GameFest 2016

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Contact: Sherry Yeary, President, Privateer Press, [email protected], 425-643-5900

Privateer Press Celebrates New Edition Milestones at Lock & Load GameFest 2016

Nearly a thousand attendees turned out at the Privateer Press event Lock & Load GameFest 2016 this past weekend for three days of gaming and the worldwide prerelease of the new editions of the company’s WARMACHINE and HORDES tabletop miniatures games.


Privateer Press Partners with Frontline Gaming and TABLEWAR for WARMACHINE and HORDES F.A.T. Mats.

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Contact: Sherry Yeary, President Privateer Press, [email protected], 425-643-5900

Privateer Press Partners with Frontline Gaming and TABLEWAR for WARMACHINE and HORDES F.A.T. Mats.

Bellevue, WA, May 23, 2016 – Privateer Press, in partnership with Frontline Gaming and TABLEWAR™, is pleased to announce a new line of WARMACHINE and HORDES themed neoprene-backed tabletop gaming mats for Frontline Gaming and TABLEWAR’s F.A.T. Mat line.


Into the Wild, sequel to best-selling Iron Kingdoms novel Into the Storm, Heralds New Skull Island Print Initiative

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Contact: JR Godwin, Marketing Manager, Privateer Press, (425) 643-5900, [email protected]

BELLEVUE, WA, February 10, 2016 – Into the Wild, the new novel by New York Times best selling author Larry Correia, will be available in April from Skull Island eXpeditions. In addition to being the first sequel to Skull Island’s #1-selling title, it also marks the first book in the imprint’s 2016 plans for an expanded line of print releases.