As the week unfolds we are providing another announcement regarding a new section of the Gamactica platform.
Today, I would like to introduce you to Eclipse, which is a section dedicated to creators who create content in mediums such as film, fan films, performances, stand up comedy, and more. With our powerful marketing structure, and our community of creators who create diverse content across a number of platforms, our mission is to create a space for fan film content creators, indie film creators, and extended content creators that want to build visibility, improve networking, and build more connections within the content creation industry.
Much like our Content Creator Directory (aka the Stream Directory) we will be providing visitors direct access to content creators of this niche within the Gamactica platform, including previews of their work.
While we will be working with creators who make content in all genres, we will be really pushing the horror genre hard, due to our partnership with horror news website Fright Nerd, and the Fright Nerd Podcast which will be making it’s return soon. Through this partnership we will be able to expand on our benefits with exclusive interviews, trailer releases, and more via the Fright Nerd website.
Additionally, the Portals writing team will be working with these creators, and those who partner with Gamactica, on exclusive articles on Portals.
Much like our Game Dev and Game Studio Directory, Gamactica will be open for partnership opportunities with creators and brands who want to take the benefits of our platform to the next level.
Gamactica Rolls Out New Section Dedicated to ASMR Content
Our 4th announcement this week has to do with creating a new section specifically for a content category that has been one of the more mainstream popular over the past few years, ASMR streams.
ASMR stands for autonomous sensory meridian response and has risen to big heights on Twitch and even YouTube. What started as a whisper video back on YouTube in 2009 has now blossomed into a widely-accepted and immensely popular medium, even spawning it’s own term for ASMR content creators, known as ASMRtists.
With the popularity and impact of the Stream Directory, we felt it was time to started creating sections specific for certain content, content that doesn’t always fall into the gaming sector of live streaming, or content creation.
The Gamactica ASMR Directory will come packed with the same SEO benefits and visibility/impact as our other directories, but specifically tailored for the ASMR streamers and content creators who make this their primary form of content.
Being listed in our ASMR Directory is free for members of our platform. We aim to build the most comprehensive and innovate curation of ASMR content and creators in the industry.
Announcing the Re-Launch of Gamactica Women
One of the very first sections launched as part of the Gamactica platform, aside from our Stream Directory, was Gamactica Women, which was initially intended to spotlight and help drive more visibility female streamers.
On the surface, it did a lot in the way of creating more visibility, as our internet marketing and SEO efforts proved successful in creating this targeted visibility. However, we never really developed proper momentum for the section, and the community, and it always seemed to stagnate in it’s prior form.
While addressing a number of areas within the Gamactica platform during Q4, I thought about the ways in which we could really do something different and more valuable in the space, with a new iteration of Gamactica Women.
The new launch of Gamactica Women comes with more purpose, more defined missions, and a deeper emphasis on community visibility. The internet marketing structure will remain the backbone of creating the visibility, but it is no longer confined to just women streamers, as we felt it kind of “capped” the scale of Gamactica Women.
The new vision I have for Gamactica Women is creating a directory, similar to our Content Creator Directory, but also offers a true resource hub.
Essentially, Gamactica Women will now be home to the women of our platform that work/operate in the industries of Content Creation (such as Twitch, TikTok, Patreon, Trovo, YouTube, etc), women who work in Video Games (development, publishing, social media, community leads, design), women who work in the esports sector (management, organizational, players, leads), Women Stream Teams and Orgs, and lastly, women who work as well as brands whose core missions are rooted in advocacy and initiatives working for women in the industry.
Gamactica Women strives to improve the representation, respect, and resources for all women within the industry and help highlight and market educational and social programs that advocate for women in the industry.
Including advocacy efforts and initiatives allows for us to build on our resource side of things – connecting people with groups and brands who work in areas of creating opportunities for women in the industry, advocating for positive change for women in the industry, or non-profits that work towards improving the industry landscape to create a better space for women.
I personally feel it is important to not only create more visibility for women in gaming, women in esports, women in gaming journalism, and female content creators (including social media influencers), but to also allow them to better connect and network with one another, as well as groups that support and advocate for their work. This improved connectivity helps promote more positive networking, and creates more collaborative opportunities for women in the industry.
Naturally, while we at Gamactica are working behind the scenes with marketing and building this re-vamped version of Gamactica Women, we will be assembling a team of admins and moderators who share our vision, and can help us ensure the group is doing what is intended to do, as well as keeping our community group (specifically for Gamactica Women) active, and utilizing the best practices.
If you’re interested in reading more, and perhaps applying to be a part of Gamactica Women, please visit here.
Prior to applying, please make sure that you are already a member of the Gamactica platform, and if you’re a content creator/streamer, make sure that you are already listed in our Stream Directory.
I look forward to what the future holds, and developing a positive impact for women in the industry.
Gamactica Announces Military Directory and Resource Hub
Today, I am very excited to kick off a week where Gamactica will be making a number of announcements regarding the platform by announcing the official launch of our Military section.
Similar to the Content Creator Directory/Stream Directory, the Military section will be a directory for Military streamers, gamers, Military content creators, as well as brands, stream teams, gaming groups, advocacy groups, non profits, charities and more. It is open to both active duty and veterans.
In order to be accepted into the section you must be a member of the Gamactica platform, and for streamers and content creators you need to first be listed in our Stream Directory (Content Creator Directory).
It is important that, as our platform grows, we continue to evolve and also introduce meaningful sections that can positively impact the industry. Powered by our platform, and our award-winning marketing structure, It is my hope that this better connects the community, and helps create more visibility, more support, and better connectivity for active duty and military creators and brands.
Check out the new section right here
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