Crank Media Inc (OTC: CRKM) has entered the Video Gaming world with 3 games currently in development, Baghdad Palace, Solomon’s Revenge, and Kardashian Princess. the three Games were created by Stephen Brown the CEO of Crank Media alongside an experienced outside gaming production team within the USA and has now been brought into the companies’ fold, therefore creating Crank Gaming which will be involved within the development, marketing, and monetization of video games. “The computer game industry is growing so fast that some believe it’ll reach over $300 billion by 2025 and with billions of dollars in profit and with over 2.5 billion gamers around the world and growing, we will expect computer game platforms to continue developing,” said Stephen Brown, CEO.
About Crank Media Inc.
Crank Media Inc (OTC: CRKM) may be a multifaceted media company based in Vancouver. The Crank Media team is extremely well-versed during a sort of media and content delivery platforms in Music, Film, TV and Gaming and is fast becoming a top-tier global media company.
Crank Media is pleased to announce the hiring of key new members to the team. Music industry veteran, Lyle Chausse are going to be the Director of Promotions & Marketing. His extensive background within the music business included working for promoters Live Nation and AEG along side breaking acts at both Sony Music and EMI. Joining Lyle within the role of selling & Communications are going to be Jana Benoit. Jana brings expertise in artist management and an in depth background in film that has included several series on Netflix. Lastly designer Jake Carter are going to be bringing his creative talent to Crank within the role of Graphic Designer.
“I am very happy that the three new members are joining the already top team at Crank Media and can become an integral a part of the corporate and with many new Music, Film and television projects on the horizon it had been important that adding these key players to the team was the proper move for the already fast paced growth that has been set by Stephen Brown the CEO”, said Stephen Young, vice chairman of Crank Media.
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