Greg launched Crovati.com in May 2012. When Crovati first launched, it had database errors due to the high tragic volumes. (Source)
Text from the "about" page from the Crovati site (Source):
On the Crovati Twitter and Facebook, Greg would post updates about the Crovati site and links to discussion topics and video review topics for various well known YouTubers' videos. Sprinkled in his Crovati statuses and updates would be links to his new videos. On October 6, 2012, Greg posted about being excited about a new website he was working on. He nicknamed it "Onision Forums 2.0". Later that day, the Onision.tv forum launched and there were no longer any social media updates about Crovati.
Greg maintained the Twitter and Facebook page until May 2013. He would post mirrors of posts and tweets from his Onision social media. Greg deleted all posts about Crovati from his Tumblr. (Source)
On Jun 8, 2012, Greg uploaded "CURE FOR EMO" to his Speaks channel. In the video, he announces he will begin to make old Speaks format video again, but on the Crovati channel. He says the Crovati channel will become the new OnisionSpeaks channel. Greg talked about the Crovati site as well. He said although the concept of the site was great, he now needs it to become the Onision forums because "GoDaddy is being a cock". He said onision.net will all be deleted and all users and posts will be gone. He then went to his onision.net contact page "for one of the last times ever" and read a post from a user asking for advice and used the rest of the video to tell them what he thought. ($ource)
On Jun 10, 2012, Greg uploaded his first and last Crovati video, "GROW". Ratings and comments are disabled on the video. In the video he says it will be his first and last serious video on the Crovati channel. He ends the video with a wave turned boob squeeze.
On August 3, 2012, Greg announced the Crovati Times. He posted a list of plans and instructions about it. (Source) Crovati Times seems to be a user run online newspaper. The first issue launched August 6, 2012. Edition 3 came out later the month on the 24th. One of the headlines was "FORUM MEMBERS SWEARS NICELY". The last issue came out on September 10, 2012. The headline was, "ULTIMATE FACE OFF BETWEEN FORUM PONIES AND CATS". (Source) In one of the issues, Greg was featured in the Member Spotlight and interviewed. (Source)
By October 2012, Greg was ready to re-launch his Onision forums. He completely stopped posting about Crovati.
From archives and screen shots of the Crovati website, it appears its users strayed away from Greg's original intent of the site. They treated it like the Onision forms, rather than a serious video review and critique site. This may have been the reason why Greg ultimately decided to abruptly stop Crovati and re-launch the OFO.
On Greg's Linked In account, he wrote he was the Administrator of Crovati from May 2012 to March 2013, 11 months. (Source)
Crovati.com became a redirect to onision.com for a while and is now a blank page. It is not known is he still owns the domain.