Bringing Web 3.0 into Entertainment: Fellaz Sponsors Ultra Korea 2022 Event, Partners with UC Global

The multi-chain Web 3.0 entertainment platform, Fellaz will have a say in the world-renown Ultra Korea 2022 event. The firm follows through with its vision to integrate Web 3.0 with entertainment.

As a result, the firm recently forged a partnership with UC Global, a Seoul-based lifestyle and entertainment firm known for its seamless management of global music festivals like Wanderlust and Ultra Music Festival (UMF). Fellaz is also among the 2022 Ultra Korea event sponsors.

This year Ultra-Korea is scheduled for September 25 to 26 at the Olympic Stadium in Seoul.  As the event draws nearer, Fellaz is leveraging the opportunity to promote its platform through an ongoing online-to-offline event. The firm is giving away Ultra Korea tickets. To qualify for the giveaway, fans will be expected to participate in the online event and provide feedback.

Besides, Fellaz  is developing infrastructure for community-building to benefit the EDM (electronic dance music) community. The task involves developing new features on (Fellaz platform) allows entertainment lovers to create their own smaller communities on Fellaz.

Fellaz has completed building some communities that Ultra Korea attendees and EDM fans can use to interact before the event’s official kick-off date. The strategy will highlight what fans and artists expect from an online session and a real-life entertainment event.

” We noticed that festival goers’ experience only lasts when they are present at the event, but at Fellaz, we thought about what we could build to enhance the experience before, during, and after an event like Ultra Korea,” explained Fellaz Head of Marketing.

About Fellaz

Fellaz is a multi-chain Web3 entertainment based in Singapore. The platform integrates metaverse, NFT blockchain technology, decentralization, web 3.0, and original content empowering the entertainment industry to exploit untapped web 3.0 opportunities.

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