The World Music Awards will be held in the CEEK VR Metaverse
The Metaverse platform CEEK VR has partnered with the famous World Music Awards to showcase the event in the virtual world. In addition, CEEK VR will also release an exclusive NFT collection so fans can celebrate along with the winning artists.
Music fans can attend the show through the CEEK Metaverse, vote for their favorite artists, walk the red carpet, and get a behind-the-scenes experience.
CEEK VR is a Metaverse project that connects musicians, athletes, and content creators. The platform allows creators to monetize their digital assets in a fully immersive virtual environment. Users can access the CEEK Metaverse through smart TVs, mobile phones, tablets, and VR headsets.
“The amazing contributions of the World Music Awards over more than three decades has illuminated various dark corners of our world. We are so honored for CEEK to partner with this phenomenal event that gives back to so many communities all around the world,” said the CEO of CEEK, Mary Spio.
The World Music Awards is prestigious because of its rich history. It’s based in Monte Carlo and was founded in 1989 by the Prince of Monaco. It is a global event and has awarded and honored artists from every continent.
The event recognizes the world’s best-selling artists across several categories and territories. Members of the public can vote for choices including Best Male Artist, Best Female Artist, Best Group, Best Song, and Best Album.
In January, the world’s second-biggest clothing retail company, H&M, opened the first virtual store in the CEEK Metaverse. Shoppers can buy clothes, plots of land, and attend virtual concerts in the virtual world.
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