Vancouver-based digital network BroadbandTV (BBTV) — which furnishes content creation, distribution, management, and monetization services to its partner channels — has signed six creators today across multiple verticals.
The network’s latest additions include Amsterdam-based gamer Jordi Van Den Bussche (known to his 10.9 million subscribers as Kwebbelkop), Netherlands-born gamer Jelly (12.9 million subscribers), kids content owners Family Fun Pack (pictured above, who operate a network of six total channels), Grammy-winning musician Flume (1.4 million subscribers), and two athletes: retired NFL player Anthony ‘Spice’ Adams and basketball star Tristan Jass.
Adams, who played with the San Francisco 49ers and Chicago Bears over the course of his nine-year stint in the league, has relaunched his career as a digital creator, while Jass went viral for crossing his high school teacher in a game. Today, Jass’ channel features skills challenges with the likes of James Harden and Stephen Curry.
“BBTV’s creators have access to a broad range of monetization services, including advertising, subscription, licensing, mobile apps, ecommerce, content management, and distribution and label services,” Ali Adab, BBTV’s VP of content and partnerships, said in a statement. “We’re fully committed to deepening our creator offering, and the addition of these partners across a diverse range of content verticals further amplifies BBTV’s depth of content”
BBTV recently unveiled that its video content is viewed by more than 575 million unique monthly viewers, and that it clocks a total of 38 billion views each month.