CarlosX360 Co., Ltd. acquires a large PlayStation Vita community with 311,000 posts, and 9,000 members.
San Carlos, CA, March 18, 2015 (Newswire.com) - CarlosX360 Co., Ltd. announced their acquisition of PSVitaForum.com on March 3rd, 2015. Upon the acquisition of PSVitaForum.com, it was opted to only to redesign the site, and leave everything intact. "PSVitaForum.com was launched in early 2011, I recognize the rich history of the site. It was one of the earliest, one of the most active PlayStation Vita communities on the internet," said Carlos Morales, Founder & C.E.O. at CarlosX360 Co., Ltd. "I wanted to give the users a warm welcoming. I wanted the site to be as comfortable as possible being under new ownership," he continued.
CarlosX360 has no intention to stay stuck only at creating websites, blogs, and forums. CarlosX360 intends to be a technology company, and an entertainment company. But that requires outside expertise, outside advice, and outside investors.
"Forums is a platform to exchange ideas, exchange opinions with other like-minded folks. I love, and enjoy the exchange of opinions, and ideas with like-minded folks. I entered this sector of the game industry for this very reason," added Carlos. "So far, my company, CarlosX360 Co., Ltd. has reached over 1 million pageviews worldwide across multiple websites. With the acquisition of PSVitaForum, I project that by the end of June 2015, the overall network will have reached over 1.5 million pageviews."
The company, CarlosX360 Co., Ltd. intends to be more than just a network of websites, blogs, and forums. The vision of CarlosX360 extends beyond your typical media company. The end goal is to be a video game publisher, video game development studio, but that requires a lot of capital. So, the growth path remains uncertain, one thing for certain - the ultimate goal, the ultimate vision for the company has not changed since the inception of CarlosX360.
About CarlosX360 Co., Ltd. Seen by 500,000 people worldwide, CarlosX360 Co., Ltd. is a global gaming network of websites, blogs, and forums with intention of reaching the entire video game industry.