Quepasa.com and WorldVibe Entertainment Announce Exclusive Partnership

Quepasa Corporation, owner of trilingual Latino social networking sites, announced an exclusive partnership with WorldVibe Entertainment Group, LLC, a global production company that produces the international hit music reality show "Batalla de las Americas" and develops the Latin portal EsMiPlaneta.com.

"'Batalla de las Americas' is the ideal partner for Quepasa, which already has a tremendous member-base throughout the Americas," said John C. Abbott, CEO of Quepasa. "Quepasa's state-of-the-art social networking technology will provide fun, interactive capabilities to the millions of fans who tune in each week to watch 'Batalla de las Americas.'"

The fully-interactive online community, which will be powered by Quepasa.com in three languages: English, Spanish, and Portuguese, will feature online voting in which fans determine which contestants move on and who goes home. Plus the general public will be invited to join the competition by submitting a video audition online and enter the contest via the web.

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