Busca Corp.’s LevelUp.com Achieves Top 100 Alexa Ranking

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Levelup.com, which is Latin America’s Leading Online Video Game Community and Social Networking Destination, has Achieved a New Milestone and is now Among Mexico’s Top 100 Websites as Ranked by Alexa. The Website Welcomes Over 3M Unique Visitors Each Month Who Access Over 10M Page Views.

Busca Corp, a leading digital entertainment network headquartered in La Jolla, California with offices in Silicon Valley, Tijuana, Mexico City, Bogota, Colombia and Santiago, Chile, proudly announced today that its flagship property Levelup.com has been ranked by Alexa as one of the top 100 websites in Mexico.

LevelUp.com currently welcomes more than 3 million unique visitors per month, who access over 10 million pages -- both of which are record-breaking numbers for Latin America’s leading online video game community and social networking destination, which launched in 2007.

According to Busca Corp.’s CEO Ramon Toledo, this major milestone in LevelUp.com distinguished history is largely the result of four key drivers:

  • Exponential growth in LevelUp.com official YouTube channel, thanks to original weekly web shows tailored to both youth and teen/adult audiences. The channel currently has more than 200,000 subscribers and over 20 million views.
  • LevelUp.com’s multi-faceted editorial team, which has doubled in size and consistently provides the video game community in Latin America with a wide range of exclusive content, including: news, previews, reviews, original web shows, and video trailers.
  • Well-established partnerships SONY, Yahoo, Blockbuster, and several other companies, which continue to extend LevelUp.com’s credibility and user reach, yet without compromising its short or long-term editorial strategies.
  • LevelUp.com’s new CMS Online Platform, which features an enhanced content loading system that displays content twice as fast as earlier platforms; a fully-responsive design that automatically adjusts for optimal viewing across all mobile and desktop platforms; a social posting system “created by gamers for gamers” that facilitates conversations; and integration with LevelUp TV: a special hub that features all of LevelUp’s exclusive video content in one place.

“LevelUp.com represents an unprecedented achievement in Busca Corp.’s eight year history, and this milestone validates the investments we've made in our talented editorial staff, and in our advanced in-house development team,” commented Busca Corp.’s CEO Ramon Toledo. “However, as pleased as we are by the Alexa top 100 ranking, we aren't about to rest on our accomplishments. We will continue raising the bar when it comes to excellence, performance and accomplishments, and have set our sights on reaching the top 50 by 2016.”

"Thanks to an aggressive editorial strategy, LevelUp.com has established itself by a wide margin as the number one Spanish-language gaming website in Mexico and Latin America,” commented Jorge Arellano, LevelUp.com’s Editor-in-Chief. “It’s exciting for us to see how the gaming community has welcomed our new editorial approach, and we are more committed than ever to continue producing relevant and influential gaming content for our growing audience in Latin America."

For more information or media inquiries, contact abel.gutierrez(at)buscacorp(dot)com or (858) 454-5111.

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 California, Silicon Valley, Tijuana, Mexico City, Bogota Colombia and Santiago, Chile. Busca Corp. is a culturally rich and diverse corporation, with over 72 employees dedicated to niche markets around the world, and to leveraging partnerships with leading firms, including Yahoo, Sony, Grupo Salinas, CBS, and Rotten Tomatoes. Their primary properties include http://www.Levelup.com, http://www.Qore.com, http://www.Metatube.com, http://www.SanDiegoRed.com, http://www.Tarreo.com and the soon-to-be-launched http://www.Tomatazos.com.

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