Amid a change in ownership that saw the departure of founder and CEO George Strompolos, Fullscreen is moving full speed ahead with 10 additions to its creator network — which helps YouTube stars with talent management, monetization, merchandising, and more.
All told, the latest roster of stars hail from a diverse array of content verticals and count 30 million followers across YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Twitch.
They are: professional Fortnite player and FaZe Clan member Turner ‘FaZe Tfue’ Tenney; Dance Moms alum and musician-actor Nia Sioux; the Ireland Boys, comprising brother comedy vloggers Ricky and Nick; Colombian actress-comedian Andrea Espada; digital basketball brand SLAM; pop culture news site Hollywire; Ivanita; family vloggers and pranksters Joel And Lauren; Poison founder/drummer and motorsports enthusiast Rikki Rockett; and motivational vlogger/clothing designer Jonas Bridges.
“Our team is dedicated to building an incredibly diverse roster of emerging and established creators, as well as brands that are at the forefront of creativity and innovation within their categories,” Beau Bryant, Fullscreen’s general manager of talent, said in a statement. “These recent signings allow Fullscreen to continue owning the intersection of modern entertainment and fan engagement.”
Fullscreen reps a total of roughly 4,000 YouTube channels (who count more than 600 million subscribers), including some of the biggest creators on earth, like Ninja, Jack Douglass, and MyLifeAsEva. In addition to providing traditional multi-channel network services, Fullscreen also offers 360-degree talent management to select creators.