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Busca Corp.Now Providing LevelUp Channel in all Sony Bravia Internet TVs in, Mexico(March 19, 2013)
La Jolla, Cal (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
Busca Corp. a leading digital entertainment network headquartered in La Jolla, California, with offices in Tijuana, Mexico City, Silicon Valley and Santiago, Chile, announced today that it has entered into a new agreement with Sony that will see the companys online platform LevelUp pre-installed on all Sony Bravia Internet TVsin Mexico.
LevelUp.com is the #1 online video game community and social networking website in Mexico and Latin America, with over 2.2 million unique visitors per month. The website serves Spanish-speaking users around the world, and features news, previews, reviews, original web shows and video trailers for the video game community.
The IPTV version is virtually the same as the online platform, but with categories to help viewers more conveniently choose content. The categories include: Trailers, LevelUp Show, Top 5, LevelUp Busca and Event Coverage.
In a very short period of time since launching the partnership, theLevelUp channel has positioned itself as the must-go-to reference for video game content, which is an immense accomplishment given that viewers can also access heavyweights YouTube, Netflix and Crackle from their IPTVs, commented Ramon Toledo, the companys President.Clearly, LevelUp.coms content has successfully made the leap to the big screen!
"In Sony we are committed to provide our customers with the best contents, aiming to offer variety and relevance for all tastes, thru our website Sony Entertainment Network. This time we are adding the Level Up programming, for all video gaming enthusiasts. This app can be enjoyed with the best quality of picture and sound thru our Sony Internet TV screens, Blu-ray players and Home Theater Systems with Blu-ray player included, commented Edgar Hernandez, Business Development Latin America for Home Entertainment in Sony.
At the same time,the increasing number of people who are accessing LevelUp.com via their IPTVsis not drawing traffic away from the online platform. On the contrary, combined with Busca Corp.s other online properties, which include Metatube.com, Tarreo.com and SanDiegoRed.com, LevelUp.com received a record-setting 25 million pageviews in December, 2012.
For more information or media inquiries, contact press(at)buscacorp(dot)com or
About Busca Corp.
Busca Corp. (http://www.buscacorp.com/) is a digital entertainment network in Mexico, Latin America and the U.S. Hispanic market. The company has offices in La Jolla and Silicon Valley, California; Tijuana and Mexico City, Mexico; and Santiago, Chile. Busca Corp is a culturally rich and diverse corporation, with over 60 employees dedicated to niche markets around the world, and to leveraging partnerships with leading firms, including MSN, Yahoo and Sony.
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