Clubv3 Announces Strategic Alliance with Green Leaf Films Studios

Douglas, Isle of Man and Chengdu, China

Isle of Man-based social network games and media specialist, Clubv3, has announced a far-reaching strategic alliance with Chengdu-based Chinese film studios, Green Leaf Film Studios.

The two companies are working together on the creation of social network games based on Green Leaf's TV and film properties for Western and Asian social networks, including the likes of Facebook, MySpace, Netlog, Mixi, RenRen, QQ, Orkut and Hi5. Development is already underway on a number of initial products based on Clubv3's platform.

Green Leaf is further providing Clubv3 with access to its team of artists in Chengdu for the rapidly expanding art requirements of the social games publisher.

Clubv3 is run by a management team with extensive video games and casual games experience. The company has grown rapidly in the two months since formation, with a team of social network games specialists based in the Isle of Man, Romania, Canada, Ukraine, the UK and now China. Clubv3 has a complete system in place for social network games with an integrated micro-transaction system, full 3D avatar system and a highly flexible and dynamic development system, allowing long-lasting playability and adaptability of games. The first large scale games are to be released initially on Facebook during the month of June, whilst the company is also working with a number of brands to bring their products to social networks globally.

Green Leaf is a Chinese Film&TV Studio, set up by film industry specialists. The company is the world-wide partner for Terry Deary, one of the highest selling modern children's authors with his“Horrible Histories” series broadcast on the BBC, and is currently marketing a 26 part series entitled“Terry Deary's True Time Tales” amongst a vast stable of projects and brands.

“The expertise at Clubv3 makes them a natural partner for a company such as ours with intellectual property to take to the world of social networks, both to build the profile of our TV and film brands, as well generating additional revenues and fans for our franchises across the world in this exciting new market”, said Jean Sebastien Laurenson, Sales Director at Green Leaf Film Studios.

“Working with Green Leaf gives us access to a vast array of content properties to work with, as well as access to the vast Chinese marketplace of 1.2 billion+ social gamers. The virtual goods market in Asia was at US$5bn (2008) and US$7bn (2009) and will increase in 2010” added Dominic Mason, Director at Clubv3,“Our technical expertise in bringing these properties to social gamers and creating compelling products will allow Green Leaf to reach a large audience.”

All followers of Clubv3 on Facebook ( http://www.facebook.com/clubv3) and Twitter ( http://www.twitter.com/clubv3) receive regular updates on the company's progress as well as exclusive access to and gifts within the company's latest product releases: be the first to know and get something to show!

ABOUT CLUBV3– Club V3 Ltd is based in Douglas, Isle of Man (British Isles). Clubv3 develops for all the major social networks including Facebook, MySpace, Netlog, Mixi, RenRen, QQ, Orkut, Hi5 and others. For additional information on Clubv3, in-depth information on the technology and upcoming range of products, please visit the website at www.clubv3.com or email info@Clubv3.com. Clubv3 can be followed on the company Facebook fan page at http://www.facebook.com/clubv3 and on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/clubv3

ABOUT GREEN LEAF FILM STUDIOS– Green Leaf Film Studios is a Film, TV and Animation studio based in Chengdu, China. Alongside in-house international productions, Green Leaf also offers Co-production, Digital Assets and VFX services. The team is a perfect blend of western management and creative direction, with a low cost, high quality Chinese workforce. For any detailed information please visit www.greenleaffilmstudios.com or email info@greenleaffilmstudios.com.


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