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Cubed Inc. Partners With Scorpio Media to Reach Direct Publishers

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 05/01/14 -- Cubed, Inc. (OTCQB: CRPT) ("Cubed" or "the Company"), owner of the Get CUBED™ mobile-first platform that allows Cubers to interact and communicate on their mobile devices via a three-dimensional multimedia cube, today announced that it is partnering with Scorpio Media to sell the Cube to their vast publishing and advertiser network; manage their online advertising; and expand Cube's spin-to-win promotions to companies. The two companies expect to market and onboard new customers starting in May 2014.

With access to 25,000 direct publishers and growing, Scorpio Media intends to promote content creation on the Cube by teaching its publishers ways to create great content and build communities on Get CUBED™. By adding high quality content to Cubed's mobile-first platform that is built to effectively organize and share that information, publishers will be quickly and effectively growing the user base by increasing the amount of information and points of interaction available.

"Get CUBED™ is nothing short of a paradigm shift in content creation, management and proliferation. This is a paradigm shift that is desperately needed as mobile apps have become overly bloated with unnecessary features and appear unintuitive," said James Wallace, CEO of Scorpio Media. "Get Cubed™ solves this problem by redefining how content is stored and displayed. Not only is it very cool to look at and play with, but it is changing the way we create and consume content," Wallace added.

Joe White, Co-Founder and CEO of Cubed Inc. said, "Scorpio Media is a perfect partner for us. With dozens of years of collective experience in media, Scorpio brings a successful 'how to' team to the table that can help us expand distribution for our breakthrough CUBED™ multimedia platform quickly. Scorpio intends to leverage their core understanding of internet technology and adapt their service offering to fully integrate with our trend setting, mobile-first technology. We feel that our platform matches up perfectly with their performance marketing capabilities in the cost per action space and the result will be nothing short of outstanding."

About Cubed Inc.

The Get CUBED™ mobile-first platform is a three-dimensional functional cube that appears on the screens of mobile device owners, allowing developers and users to present complex and contextual concepts in a clear and simple manner. The Cube is thus a canvas designed to instigate creativity and improve communication in today's mobile-first world. Emphasizing clarity over clutter, Get CUBED™ provides businesses, charities, thumbloggers™ and other subscribers of this new mobile app with a simpler way to organize the central forms of human expression -- audio, video, image and text -- and then pass them along to others in a single compelling platform. This allows Cube users to share information; market their products and services; and project their ideas, among other things, all in a manner that is vastly more compelling and concise than ever available in the mobile space before the Cube. For more information, visit www.getcubed.com.

About Scorpio Media

Scorpio Media is a performance marketing company and leader in the Cost Per Action (CPA) space. They have built up a network consisting of over 25,000 direct internet publishers and advertisers by delivering quality leads to advertisers and proprietary tools to publishers that enhance the web users' experience. Scorpio combines web/software/mobile development with innovative lead generation solutions to help drive their customers' business. For more information, visit www.scorpiointeractive.com.

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