When gamers are ready to take a break from the serious, yet fun world of gaming, we’ll be there to provide them other forms of entertainment - Sean Cummings
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) July 26, 2011
Konsole Kingz (KKZ), leader of the urban video game space, along with premier, high-end publication, SHOW Magazine have partnered to release “The Sexy Ladies of SHOW Magazine” Dynamic Theme for the PlayStation®3 (PS3™) computer entertainment system. Taken from SHOW Magazine’s impressive roster, KKZ selected 19 of its hottest models of different shapes and sizes to represent the beautiful and curvaceous women from around the world.
Available exclusively for PlayStation®Store, “The Sexy Ladies of SHOW Magazine” features custom icons and 19 auto rotating images for gamers to personalize their system with the following SHOW Girls: Coco, Jesikah Maximus, Amazin Amie, Beauti Davis, Brenda Lynn, Erika Medina, Jenna Shea, Jessica Burciaga, Kameron Dash, Keyshia Dior, Natasha Yi, Suelyn, Candace Cabrera, Sheneka Adams, Bria Myles, Vanessa Veasley, Pam Rodriguez, Summer Walker and Laura Doré.
Sean Cummings, Publisher and CEO of SHOW Magazine, developed the concept for the magazine to be a specific execution of sexy glamour, uniquely distinct from other publications. As the former Editorial Director of SMOOTH Magazine, he helped launch the careers for Hip-Hop models, such as, Melyssa Ford, Ki Toy Johnson, Vida Guerra, and Esther Baxter.
Although highly creative in the world of Hip-Hop, Cummings is no stranger to the gaming world. He has partnered with other gaming companies in the past either directly publicizing their products in the magazine or recreating popular female characters that connect and expand his consumer base to other areas of the digital market.
Cj Peters, CEO of Konsole Kingz, stated, “SHOW Magazine is my favorite men’s magazine. There is always a copy in the KKZ office. Their distinctive style of shooting and excellent taste works perfectly for a PS3 theme.”
“SHOW is a brand and we like to extend beyond print, so that’s why I decided to partner with Konsole Kingz. They do games, we do girls, and guys like them both,” said Cummings. “So, when gamers are ready to take a break from the serious, yet fun world of gaming, we’ll be there to provide them other forms of entertainment.”
KKZ’s collaboration with SHOW Magazine marks their sixth theme for the PlayStation Store.
How to download “The Sexy Ladies of SHOW Magazine” on PS3™ system:
1. Log into the PlayStation Store
2. Go to Themes & Avatars
3. Select Dynamic Themes
4. Select Babes
5. Select Photo
6. Navigate to “The Sexy Ladies of SHOW Magazine” Theme
How to install the “The Sexy Ladies of SHOW Magazine” Theme:
1. From the Settings icon on the XMB™ (Xross Media Bar), scroll to the Theme Settings option.
2. Press the X button to display the Theme menu
3. Press the X button again to display a list of themes that are available for use.
4. Scroll to the desired theme, and then select Apply.
For more information about the theme, visit: http://www.konsolekingz.com/SHOW
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KONSOLE KINGZ (KKZ) has emerged as leaders of the urban video gaming space. The company focuses on a unique combination of promotions, event planning, gaming tournaments, viral marketing, and editorial pieces to connect with and understand the urban gamer.
About Sean Cummings:
As the Editorial Director of SMOOTH and the creator of SMOOTH Girl Magazine, from 2002-2005, Sean Cummings saw the circulation of those titles grow from 80,000 to nearly 200,000. In addition to creating and executing every aspect of the editorial content Sean also played an integral role in the marketing, branding, promotions and advertising for the publications, eventually being named Associate Publisher for the parent company Star Media, Inc. In the ultra creative and multi-media world of Hip Hop, the Ivy League educated Sean Cummings is highly regarded and renowned as a publishing veteran, master marketer and a major model talent scout and developer. Cummings, CEO and Publisher of SHOW Magazine, also publishes other spin-off magazines which include: ShowCase, Black Lingerie, ShowGirl, Latina, SHOWPiece Magazine, and Atl, which features alternative-models.