FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SERELLAN SUPPORTS OPERATION SUPPLY DROP CHARITY WITH 1,000 COPIES OF EPSILON AND SALES-MATCHING DONATIONFor every copy sold of Serellan’s tactical shooter, developer will donate an additional copy to military charity organization

Seattle, Washington – (October 27, 2015)Serellan, LLC – an indie game studio staffed by game industry veterans who previously worked on the critically acclaimed Shadows of Mordor, as well as the Ghost Recon, Halo, Killzone, and SOCOM series – is proud to announce they are partnering with leading military charity Operation Supply Drop to provide free game codes of their stealth-action tactical shooter EPSILON to active duty military and veterans.

Serellan, whose CEO Christian Allen is a ten year veteran of the US Armed Forces (U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Air National Guard and U.S. Army National Guard), will donate a copy of EPSILON to Operation Supply Drop for every copy sold. An immediate one-thousand copy donation has already been made for distribution to deployed active duty service members and veterans in need of entertainment and cathartic activities.

“I fondly remember playing games to relax with my fellow jarheads when I was in the service. Games like Masters of Orion, Command and Conquer, and Doom 2 helped us pass the time on slow days,” said Christian Allen, CEO of Serellan, LLC. “Now that I run a game studio, I wanted to find a way to give back to the services that helped boost my career, and Operation Supply Drop is the perfect partner for us. They have been incredibly supportive to the veteran community and those on active duty, and it’s an honor to contribute to their charitable operations.”

“Partnering with Christian and Serellan is very exciting,” said Glenn “Commander” Banton, CEO of Operation Supply Drop. “As a veteran himself, Christian brings an authenticity to military-themed games and joins many others in our mission to support veteran-owned organizations. As Serellan continues to grow, we know it will serve as an inspiration to both active duty and veterans at home, and we expect many to follow in Christian’s boot-steps.”

Serellan launched their squad-based tactical shooter EPSILON into Steam’s Early Access program on October 1, 2015, where it currently holds a “Positive” community rating on the Steam store. Serellan will continually expand and enhance EPSILON with new features and content, including story chapters, maps, new weapons, gear, game modes, and multiplayer co-op. Buyers of EPSILON during Early Access can purchase the game at a drastically reduced price ahead of its completion, where it will incrementally increase in price as it reaches new development milestones, up until a full release priced planned at $39.99 for early next year.

Serellan joins the likes of Twitch, MLG and Rooster Teeth as contributors to Operation Supply Drop’s mission. To learn more about Operation Supply Drop, please visit

Serellan has also created an Operation Supply Drop team page for the community to donate funds directly to the charity here:

If you would like more information about EPSILON, would like to coordinate an interview with Serellan, or would like to request a Steam review code, please contact us at SERELLANSeattle-based Serellan, LLC is an independent game studio founded by Christian Allen, former creative director and designer of several high profile AAA games by Ubisoft, Red Storm Entertainment, Microsoft, Bungie, and Warner Bros. Serellan was founded in 2012 and is a service-disabled-veteran-owned company focused on developing hardcore tactical shooters. For more information, please visit


Founded in 2010, Operation Supply Drop is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that brings Veterans and Civilian Supporters together. Focused on combating depression, suicide, homelessness and unemployment, they are the world’s most generationally relevant veteran support organization, serving US, NATO and ANZAC veterans via 3 primary programs: The Teams, Supply Drops, and Thank You Deployments. Operation Supply Drop has raised over (US) $8 million in monetary and in-kind donations and served over 30,000 veterans worldwide. For more information, please visit

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