Share Gaming Videos in One Click With Fyreball and Gamevee

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With Fyreball Inc.’s announcement today of a partnership with GameVee, gamers now have the most efficient way to send and share gaming videos with their friends and fellow gamers. Fyreball, founded in 2007 by game veterans Pete Parsons (Halo 2 and 3) and Jordan Weisman (FASA and Ilovebees.com), allows users to quickly combine videos, pictures, games, news and text into a single "Fyreball", which they can send to their friends and social networks. Fyreball’s technology automatically upscales code for videos, games, and other rich media, allowing the recipients of a Fyreball to view all the content directly within that Fyreball’s window.  With this partnership, GameVee, the first video gaming video sharing community site, and Fyreball are giving users an easy one-click process for sharing the best gaming content with friends.

GameVee allows users to view and share game-play videos including how-to’s, glitches, impressive moments, and Machinima with their friends and provides community to communicate with fellow game players.  The site allows users to use friends lists and track their friends activities, vote on videos, create clans, and highlight a portion of a video so that community can discuss it.  With this partnership, GameVee will feature a ’Fyre This’ button on their video viewer page, which enables its users to easily send GameVee Fyreballs to their friends. In addition, Fyreball users will be able to attach GameVee content to their profile and check out other Fyreball users’ GameVee videos within their profile.

"It is all about supporting gamers and helping the game community grow simply by giving gamers a better way of sharing and communicating on rich media game content," said GameVee CCO Jason Bradicich. "This partnership enriches our site and community by making it easier to share and comment on our videos - it’s a win for all gamers."

Using Fyreball, GameVee users can easily add their own rich content to a Fyreball and forward it to their friends within the GameVee, Fyreball or Facebook communities. As Fyreballs blaze around the globe, bouncing from one friend to another, a global game of ’pass it on’ takes place, allowing users to view where content and ideas originate, and track that content as it spreads around the world.

"Partnerships like this one with GameVee were exactly what we were envisioning when we thought up the idea of Fyreball as an easy way for gamers to share content," said Fyreball CEO Pete Parsons, "Together we can rule the world; or at least the part of the world where gamers send each other videos."

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