Today, in a press release by Mass Luminosity, a new project by the infamous Angel Munoz, the former president of the CPL (Cyberathlete Professional League), it appears that the company has partnered with AMD (Advanced Micro Devices).
According to the release, Mass Luminosity, Inc. is a social-network marketing and technology company with a focus on interactive experiences.
The entire release can be found below:
Tuesday, May 3, 2011 – Dallas, Texas, USA – Mass Luminosity is proud to announce that Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE: AMD) has become its first global co-marketing partner. As part of Mass Luminosity’s “bring the FUN back to gaming” initiative, AMD is collaborating with Mass Luminosity to expand AMD’s presence within social networks and to increase its visibility in the video gaming community. AMD is a global design innovator leading the next era
of digital computing with its ground-breaking AMD Fusion Accelerated Processing Units (APUs), AMD Radeon™ graphics and computing technologies that power a variety of solutions including PCs, game consoles and servers.
“We are very excited to have AMD as our first global partner,” said Angel Munoz, Founder and CEO of Mass Luminosity. “AMD has been very active with the video gaming community for years and we look forward to helping AMD excel. One goal of this new collaboration is to further highlight AMD’s cutting-edge technologies that have made them a top choice for gamers worldwide.”
“AMD is thrilled to be the first official co-marketing partner of Mass Luminosity, demonstrating our long-term commitment to gaming as well as gamers in general,” said Neal Robison, Director, ISV Relationship Management, AMD. “We are excited to be part of this new enterprise, and look forward to the development of this new era of gaming via increased interaction with gamers worldwide.”
Mass Luminosity, Inc. is a social-network marketing and technology company with a focus on interactive experiences. On the web it’s located at http://www.massluminosity.com
Munoz came under fire in 2007 when the winners of various CPL events failed to receive due prize money. In late 2009, Munoz sold the CPL to investors and stepped away from the scene.
To visit Mass Luminosity, click here.