Netco Sweeps launches an indiegogo crowdfunding campaign ahead of its November 1st, 2013 launch of TokyVille, a unique social gaming community.
Online PR News – 21-June-2013 – Wilmington DE – Netco Sweeps launches an indiegogo crowdfunding campaign ahead of its November 1st, 2013 launch of TokyVille, a unique social gaming community.
Wilminton, DE Netco Sweeps launches an indiegogo crowdfunding campaign ahead of its November 1st, 2013 launch of TokyVille, a unique social gaming community
Netco Sweeps is not yet a well-recognized corporate identity. It's product, a new and very unique social gaming community called Tokyville is only slightly more familiar. However, this lack of recognition is about to change... dramatically.
Five years of development and over $2 million dollars invested has Netco Sweeps on the threshold of launching the most innovative contender yet for the attentions of the estimated 510 million online gamers worldwide. September 1st 2013 will be launch day, and it won't be long afterwards that TokyVille will become as familiar a name as any other currently vying for the attention of online gamers.
Why is Netco Sweeps turning to crowdfunding with the launch date right around the corner?
Firstly, the launch is a reality. To quickly make TokyVille a key player in the online gaming community is the motivation behind the indiegogo crowdfunding campaign.
Development to the point of launch has cost over $2 million dollars, which has virtually exhausted available capital. A new launch, especially one that is going after the lucrative online gaming community with the goal of becoming number one requires a great deal of marketing, $1 million dollars worth of promotion and advertising to be exact.
With development completed, and the launch now on the horizon, it would be insane to turn to conventional venture capital sources. Doing so would cost the entrepreneurial founders of Netco Sweeps, who are the visionary brains behind TokyVille at least half of their company. That's half of the company they've spend the last 5 years of their lives building, and invested every penny they could scrap together into.
Hear what Kevin Hutchins, President and CEO of Netco Sweeps has to say about the company, TokyVille, and why the decision to turn to indiegogo for crowdfunding was made.
What Is TokyVille?
Tokyville shares some visual similarities with other social gaming communities, but it's far from a rehash of what's come before. TokyVille is drastically different, and different were it counts most... players earn real money playing the game. That's right, Tokyville is an online gaming community where users worldwide can meet to socialize, play games, start a business, earn profits, and win real cash, not electronic currency or virtual prizes.
But what best describes what TokyVille is would be, "The next generation of online gaming communities" everyone else will be copying.
Company: Netco Sweeps
Contact: Kevin Hutchins President/CEO
City / State: Wilmington, Delaware