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Like any entertainment business, streaming already knows about exclusivity agreements, but unlike other sectors, these are not so strict and are open to new business options, after all it is about fast consumption content. In the case of YouTube, there is no bigger star than PewDiePie, Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, and that’s where he has made history. However, it seems that the time has come to expand and its first destination is Facebook.
According to information from Forbes, the arrival of PewDiePie to Facebook is imminent after it was confirmed that it reached an agreement with Jellysmack, a content distribution company that has transcended recently and that boasts 125 million unique views in its videos, the work of more than 100 content creators. In that sense, Michael Philippe, co-founder of Jellysmack celebrated the agreement and stated: “I think it has been a great deal. It is the largest content creator of YouTube. It is part of the culture of the Internet right now, which means that we are a multiplatform ecosystem, something that was not like that years ago. “
The arrival of PewDiePie on Facebook does not mean that it will leave YouTube, as the streamer’s content will appear first on this platform, so everything will continue as it has been in recent years. However, your videos will go through the analysis and distribution of Jellysmack to be placed on Facebook according to the tastes of users and from there it will be decided which ones have the greatest impact. It was also reported that the first PewDiePie videos on Facebook will arrive later this month.
Finally, Philippe pointed out that, unlike YouTube, Facebook offers better payments for content creators and highlighted the work of Jellysmack considering that with the right tools and strategy, content creators can do a good business with the platform.
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