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America's Next Great Entertainment Platform

About the Event

With over 5 billion people worldwide using mobile devices and the global streaming market valued at $50 billion, the demand for innovative digital solutions in the entertainment industry has never been greater. More than 6 billion videos are viewed on TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, and other platforms every day. Yet monetizing that content is still a challenge for the artists.

SHWDWN is a mobile app that combines the dynamic user engagement of TikTok with the competitive spirit and talent discovery of America’s Got Talent. SHWDWN helps singers, songwriters, comedians, dancers, magicians, and other performers monetize their talent, expand their fanbase, increase odds of discovery, and open career opportunities via contests, fundraising, and collaboration. This includes weekly talent competitions with prizes of up to $10,0000 where users can vote for their favorite artists.

Join our webinar with SHWDWN founders John and Casey McMahon as they share more about SHWDWN and the opportunity it is creating for artists and investors.

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