Triller is the AI-powered open garden technology platform for creators. Pairing music culture with sports, fashion, entertainment, and influencers through a 360-degree view of content and technology, Triller encourages its influencers to post the content created on the app across different social media platforms and uses proprietary AI technology to push and track their content virally to affiliated and non-affiliated sites and networks, enabling them to reach millions of additional users. Triller additionally owns Fight Club and Bare Knuckle Fight Championships, VERZUZ, the live-stream music platform launched by Swizz Beatz and Timbaland; Amplify.ai, a leading customer engagement platform; FITE, a premier global PPV, AVOD, and SVOD streaming site; and Thuzio, a leader in B2B premium influencer events and experiences.
VERZUZ just gets hotter with every battle. With more than 30 million views and 23 billion impressions in 2020. Record-breaking battles such as Jeezy vs. Gucci Mane included an apex of 1.8 million viewers and more than 9 million total viewers. Brandy vs. Monica included an apex of 1.2 million viewers and more than 6 million total viewers. Other marquee battles included Babyface vs. Teddy Riley; Nelly vs. Ludacris; Bounty Killer vs. Beenie Man, Kirk Franklin vs. Fred Hammond; The-Dream vs. Sean Garrett; Mannie Fresh vs. Scott Storch; Boi-1da vs. Hit-Boy; Ne-Yo vs. Johntá Austin, T-Pain vs. Lil Jon; RZA vs. DJ Premiere, and the one that started it all: Swizz Beatz vs. Timbaland.
FITE is the premium global platform for live sports and entertainment, offering many of the industry's marquee PPV events and SVOD packages with over 6MM registered users. FITE is available worldwide through iOS and Android mobile apps, Apple TV, Android TV, ROKU, Amazon Fire TV, and Huawei apps. In addition, FITE supports Samsung, LG, Cox Contour, Vizio SmartCast™, Virgin Media, Shaw Communications' Blue Curve IPTV, Foxxum, Chromecast, PS4, XBOX, ZEASN, Netrange, Vidaa/Hisense, VEWD, Netgem TV, Comcast's Xfinity 1 and Xfinity Flex as well as 7,000 models of Smart TVs.
Amplify.ai is an AI driven engagement platform that amplifies customer engagement with immersive and persistent conversations. Its end-to-end platform offers tools to measure, optimize and manage the full lifecycle of a brand experience. It helps brands seamlessly engage customers and constituents. Amplify.ai provides many advanced tools for multiple verticals to generate feature-rich bots in a short amount of time, enabling marketers and enterprises to generate real conversations and actionable outcomes. The NLP-driven front-end of the Amplify.ai platform enables a brand to precisely measure consumer sentiment and intent, delivering the insight they need to determine how best to engage with their customers.
Juno Therapeutics Inc is an American biopharmaceutical company founded in 2013 through a collaboration of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and pediatrics partner Seattle Children's Research Institute. The company was launched with an initial investment of $120 million, with a remit to develop a pipeline of cancer immunotherapy drugs. The company raised $300 million through private funding and a further $265 million through their IPO. On January 22, 2018, Juno Therapeutics was acquired by biotechnology company Celgene for $9 billion. In November 2019, Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) announced that it has completed its acquisition of Celgene.
Entertainment Stock X (ESX), the world's leading entertainment stock market, is an innovative platform for financing entertainment projects through IPOs and providing liquidity for these securities through aftermarket trading. The company fills the need for new and more efficient financing for filmmakers. ESX allows filmmakers to generate a valuable direct marketing relationship with fans by allowing fans to buy and sell virtual shares of celebrities and movies with a currency called the Hollywood Dollar. The Company's Virtual Specialist technology allows an unlimited number of consumers to trade thousands of virtual entertainment securities in a fair and orderly, supply-and-demand-based market. ESX syndicates the data collected from the Exchange as market research to entertainment, consumer product, and financial institutions and as original content to radio, television, and print media. Founded in 1996, ESX is now headquartered in Los Angeles, California.