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#fame plans to host 100,000 content creators

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#fame plans to host 100,000 content creators

#fame, the online video social platform, is set to cross the 100,000 content creators mark on its platform. It claims that musicians, fashionistas, Bollywood stars and comedians constantly deliver engaging and interactive entertainment to viewers, making it the destination for vibrant and diverse content appealing to all tastes and preferences.

The company also claims that it has clocked 7 million downloads and has witnessed 4 million monthly active users.

As reported in The Economic Times, Irfan Khan, Chief Marketing Officer at #fame said, "In a short span of 10 months, we have gone from 80-100 content creators to close to 100,000 today. These numbers are a testimony to how #fame has established itself as the perfect way to consume live digital content and also interact in real time with one's favourite celebrities and social media influencers."

He added that #fame is turning out to be a hotspot for all those who want to showcase their talent across diverse genres. "We are on an accelerated growth path and are headed to our ultimate goal of being synonymous with the most captivating, engaging and exciting live entertainment experience," he added. 

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