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You Can Be A Co-Owner In The Next Generation Of Social Media For Gaming

PvP International is ready to become gamers’ new social media center--and they’re seeking investors.

Going all the way back to the Atari days, gamers have always marched to the beat of their own drums. Gamers congregating in arcades in the 1970s were a uniquely unified sub-culture long before the hyper-focused, hyper-niche, subreddit diehard fan culture we see around all forms of today’s media.

Today, approximately 3 billion people worldwide play video games. The video game industry is a bigger moneymaker than the global movie and North American sports industries combined. With micro-targeted platforms such as LinkedIn further fragmenting the current social media landscape, doesn’t it make sense that gaming, the dominant entertainment market on the planet, would have a social media biosphere all its own?

PvP is poised to become that pinnacle social media hub of the gaming universe. While some gamers flock to traditional platforms like Facebook and Twitter, and still others gravitate to streaming locations like Twitch, PvP is a new environment built just for gamers to offer the deep dive social media experience gamers want. The community even has published “non-toxic” community guidelines and self-governing features to let users report content that doesn’t fit its "positive gamer community" vibe.

At its foundational level, the new platform offers all the basics social media users expect, from ways to post and discuss gaming news, chat about hot topics, or just crow about your latest gaming accomplishment. With an emphasis on the biggest multiplayer games around like Fortnite, League of Legends, Call of Duty, FIFA, and more, users can each build out their own personal profiles, including features like their own Hall of Fame gaming highlight clips.

But PvP goes even deeper. Using Squad Finder, PvP’s core feature can algorithmically scour through its member ranks, matching each user with other gamers based on their similar schedules, game favorites, skill levels, and more. There are even direct messaging features and live voice chat on demand so community members can coordinate game times or have private discussions and build bonds that grow the network and boost your personal following.

Currently in beta testing with more than 125,000 users so far, PvP is ramping up for its global debut – and they’re looking for ground floor investors who see the chance for explosive growth in a potential unified online gaming social media center.

For as little as $500, investors can get in at the beginning before this initial crowdfunding round closes in early April. With projections of up to 2 million active users by the end of 2022, investors could enjoy big returns off estimates of more than $100 million in revenue by 2024.

If the prospect of becoming a new age gaming visionary entices you, check out the PvP International investment campaign page, read up on what the platform offers, then decide if you’re ready to invest and join the start of the PvP era in gaming.

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