Some have called Copa90 the Vice Media of soccer, given its foundation in videos hosted by footie-centric hipsters in a high-energy, entertaining, and engaging style. But there are other parallels. Like Vice News in 2014, last year the company benefited from a U.K. ad campaign by YouTube, and parent Bigballs Media also attracted Series A funding that gave Liberty Global and VC fund E.ventures a combined 14% stake, which valued the company at about $77 million. Copa90 is also working closely with brands such as Nissan, Turkish Airlines, Adidas, and others on content to reach its young, soccer-obsessed audience, in much the same way Vice’s in-house agency Virtue helps major brands speak to its audience. The company also acquired American online soccer upstart KickTV (now just called Kick) to produce content with a more North American angle. … [Read more...] about How Copa90 Is Using Snapchat, WhatsApp, And More To Be A Next-Gen Sports Media Brand
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Another area where the Motorola Razr 5G really does a good job is in the utility of the external display. Unlike the Galaxy Z Flip’s external screen which can only be used as a notification panel, the Razr’s external display offers more functionality and can be used to execute certain tasks without you having to flip open the device. … [Read more...] about Motorola Razr 5G vs Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G: How do the best 2020 flip smartphones compare?
— Carlsen Martin (@Carlsen0491) September 13, 2020Because the OnePlus 8 Pro features flagship specs, gamers can enjoy gaming at 120fps on supported games. While playing Fortnite, we noticed that the phone did get a little toasty in the start but settled down after 20 minutes. Because of its capable hardware, the OnePlus 8 Pro can manage high frame rates in any game that supports it. If you are looking for a list of games that can support the high refresh rate, you can check the link at the end of the review. Performance is definitely a 'no-brainer' on the OnePlus 8 Pro. … [Read more...] about OnePlus 8 Pro long-term review: OnePlus’ first ‘truly’ premium smartphone