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Metaverse company The Sandbox has announced a partnership with Digital Hollywood. It aims to accelerate the creator economy through human resource development.
Digital Hollywood Studios is a Japanese school for digital content and IT. The company hosts tech, entertainment, architecture workshops, and networking events.
The collaboration between the two will start with a seminar that will take place on July 9 in Japan. “The Sandbox’s First Steps in the Creator Economy” will feature topics such as revenue, collaborative production, and the prospects for the Japanese community.
Sebastien Borget, the COO of The Sandbox, will be one of the six speakers. Voxel artists and game designers of The Sandbox will join him.
“The Sandbox is a platform expressly designed to unlock the potential of creators … as such, we strongly welcome our collaboration with Digital Hollywood to help talented Japanese creators get started building content for our open Metaverse. I look forward to sharing my thoughts on how creativity can lead to a career in the emerging new digital economy during our seminar,” said Co-Founder and COO of The Sandbox Sebastien Borget.
Individuals can attend the event for free. The registration page is available in the Japanese language only. Digital Hollywood Studio will also offer a free course that starts in September this year. Students will have the opportunity to compete for a place in The Sandbox’s Creator’s Fund.
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