August 9, 2010 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] San Francisco, CA and Anchorage, AK - 148Apps today announced that The Portable Gamer will be joining the 148Apps Network of mobile application blogs. The Portable Gamer brings their two years of experience in the mobile gaming world to the 148Apps Network. The combination will give 148Apps a greater presence in the mobile gaming world and The Portable Gamer greater exposure in the iOS arena.
In addition, Rob LeFebvre, editor of The Portable Gamer will be joining 148Apps as editor. He will be focusing his time on building out the content on the main 148Apps site as well as other already built mobile application focused sites and some soon to launch.
"We're very pleased to have TPG join our network and have Rob come on as our new editor" said 148Apps publisher Jeff Scott. "Rob brings a great editorial sense, drive, and passion for mobile applications to 148Apps. We're both looking forward to the combined force taking to new heights."
New 148Apps editor and The Portable Gamer founder Rob LeFebvre remarked "We're fairly ecstatic at the prospect of working with 148Apps on expanding mobile gaming coverage across both sites. We've already begun the process with some sweet smelling initiatives that will let us do more together now and in the near future. It's a great day for mobile gaming; we're really glad to be a part of it!"
The Portable Gamer will be further integrated into the 148Apps network later in the year as new features are added and the site relaunched, bigger and better than ever.
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