Victorious, the US app-building startup for creators and their fans, will now be expanding to over 12 new countries in Europe, Latin America and Asia.
Victorious was founded in 2013, with the goal of connecting creators with their ‘superfans’ in a more personal and interactive way. They build apps which power communities for the world’s biggest creators, from individuals to media companies.
Victorious apps allow creators to house all of their content in one place, contact and engage with their communities directly, and also to unlock new revenue streams.
The apps also give communities of fans the chance to interact with each other and create content themselves.
UK beauty guru Lindy Tsang, AKA Bubzbeauty, says: “I am thrilled to be partnering with Victorious and really excited to be launching my very own mobile platform. The whole team have such a wealth of experience in creator/content platforms, so I am in very good hands.
“At the same time, working with Victorious ensures that I have complete control over the content that I choose to put out, how I speak to my fans and it also allows me to make decisions about which brands I am associated with. I really love the way that my fans can communicate with each other through my app. For these very reasons, it makes complete sense to be working with them.”
Musician Jasmine Thompson says: “I was excited to make my own app so that I could have a place just for me and my fans. I wanted to have somewhere I could share with them and they could share with me. I’m always looking for a more intimate way to connect with the people that support me.”
Tony Zameczkowski, VP & Managing Director of Victorious Inc., says: “We are very excited to expand Victorious globally and partner with the best creators on the planet. Our aim is to empower those creators, by ensuring they have control over how they engage their fans.
“Bringing the Victorious platform to creators, personalities and media companies in over twelve markets is particularly important given the exponential growth in online audiences outside North America. Superfans are everywhere and we are excited to bring billions of superfans closer together in the palm of their hands.”
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