Joining me today are Shahar Sorek, CMO of Overwolf and Mishi McDuff, founder and CEO of Blueberry. We cover in detail the role of user-generated content in fueling the metaverse with content and experiences that help shape the future of the Internet, and how digital fashion fits in.
For background, Blueberry is a digital wearables company which to-date sold more than 20 million units of virtual clothing since its 2012 launch. Among other things, Blueberry launched a “high caliber fashion collection on Roblox” in partnership with the Broadway show “Dear Evan Hansen.” Overwolf, the guild for in-game creators, operates CurseForge, the world’s largest mod repository, is leading the way when it comes to partnering with major publishers and making sure creators get paid for their work.
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