Great Rewards Awaits Nimo TV’s Game Streamers

Live Streaming app Nimo TV announced an exciting promo for its game streamers this December entitled Road to the Top 2018.

 

As one of the leading video game streaming platform, Nimo TV’s Road to the Top 2018 is a way of rewarding its streamers with the support they gave since its launch in the Philippines.

 

“They play a big role in achieving our goal of making an interactive community” Amy Cao, Global Marketing/PR Head Nimo TV. “They share and foster a positive culture that entertains our audience, and this is our way of acknowledging their efforts in helping us succeed,“ Cao added.

 

The promo is open to all active streamers and winners will be recognized based on three categories: Popularity, Chatting and Stream Time. The first category is Popularity; this category is base on the total number of new users gained by streamers during the promo period. Streamers should keep on sharing their channel to gain new subscribers. The second category is Chatting; this is base on the number of comments made by the streamers to their channel. And since Nimo TV values conversation, streamers should reply to the comments made by their viewers. Lastly the Stream Time category, this category is base on the duration a streamer made during the promo period.

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A cash prize and an appearance to Nimo TV’s Road To the Top 2018 main page as “Last week’s Champion” await the weekly top streamer per category. Aside from the weekly winners, a December Leader Board will be rewarded with the following:

 

  • Rank 1: Limited Edition Profile Badge (for 1 month), Customized Channel Background, Customized Channel Thumbnail and PHP 10,000 Cash
  • Rank 2: Customized Channel Background, Customized Channel Thumbnail and PHP 5,000 Cash
  • Rank 3: Customized Channel Thumbnail and PHP 2,000 Cash prize
  • Rank 4-10: PHP 1,000 Cash

 

The Nimo TV Road to the Top 2018 will run until December 31, 2018.

 

Start streaming now and accelerate your way to the Top! Join now and click here: http://bit.ly/nimotvrttt

 

 

 

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About NiMO TV

Nimo TV is a leading global platform that allows millions of gamers from all around the world to play and broadcast their games to other like-minded players building a community of players, gamers, and fans that drive conversation, and allows peer-to-peer rewards and recognition. Utilizing a high-quality interactive technology, audiences can interact with streamers, and gain access to exclusive esports events and tournaments, along with unprecedented access to the top streamers from across the region.

 

Anneyeonghaseyo from Guam!

TWICE to perform live on Guam on December 1st

Guam will host a free K-pop music festival at the world-famous Ypao Beach

 

Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) is proud to announce its partnership with MBC, one of Korea’s top broadcasting networks, to produce and broadcast a music event on Guam featuring five (5) top K-Pop groups including TWICE, Supernova, JBJ95, ELRIS and Mighty Mouth.

 

The MBC Music K-Pop Concert on Guam will be held at the Governor Joseph F. Flores Memorial Park, better known as Ypao Beach Park, on December 1, 2018 (Saturday, 6PM). The concert is absolutely free and open to the public. It will be broadcasted to millions of viewers across Asia and to millions more globally thru our online platforms.

 

“We are very pleased to be able to hold the MBC Music K-Pop Concert on Guam, where a beautiful natural environment and an emerald-colored sea are combined. We hope that this concert will be a happy time for many people around the world to come together and enjoy. Please make beautiful memories among family, friends, and lovers on the beautiful island of Guam. Thank you again for making this great opportunity with the unstinted help of Guam Visitors Bureau,” said MBC MUSIC+ Music Center Director and Producer Soo-Hyun Hong.

 

“We invite our island residents and visitors to attend the biggest free K-Pop music event of the year that will be held at the world-famous Ypao Beach,” said GVB President and CEO Nathan Denight. “K-Pop has taken the world stage by storm with millions of fans traveling to see their favorite artists. We’re very excited to partner with MBC to bring TWICE and other top acts to Guam. This is a great way to celebrate Guam’s Chamorro culture and Håfa Adai spirit during the holiday season while showcasing how music tourism works for the island.”

 

For more details or to get free tickets to the MBC Music K-Pop Concert on Guam, log on to kpop.visitguam.com.

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About TWICE:

 

TWICE is a South Korean girl group formed by JYP Entertainment through the 2015 reality show Sixteen. The group is composed of nine members: Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu. The group debuted on October 20, 2015, with the extended play (EP) The Story Begins.

 

Twice rose to fame in 2016 with their single “Cheer Up”: the song charted at number one on the Gaon Digital Chart and became the best-performing single of the year. It also won “Song of the Year” at two major music awards shows—Melon Music Awards and Mnet Asian Music Awards. Their subsequent single “TT”, from their third EP Twicecoaster: Lane 1, claimed the top spot for four consecutive weeks. The EP was the highest-selling K-Pop girl group album of 2016, which sold 350,852 copies by year-end. Within 19 months after debut, Twice has sold over 1.2 million units of their four EPs and special album.

 

The group officially debuted in Japan on June 28, 2017, under Warner Music Japan with the release of their first compilation album titled #Twice. The album debuted at number two on the Oricon Albums Chart, which sold 136,157 copies within seven days, the highest first week album sales of a K-pop artist in Japan in two years. It was followed by the release of Twice’s first original Japanese maxi single titled “One More Time” in October. With over 250,000 unit sales, Twice became the first Korean girl group that earned Platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) for both album and CD single in the same year.[12][13] Twice ranked third on Top Artist category of Billboard Japan’s 2017 Year-End Rankings. The music video for TWICE’s Halloween-themed 2016 hit has now reached 400 million views on YouTube, becoming the first K-Pop girl group MV to accomplish the feat.

 

About MBC:

 

MBC (Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation) is one of the leading South Korean television and radio network companies. Established on December 2, 1961, MBC is a Korean terrestrial broadcaster which has a nationwide network of 17 regional stations. Though it operates on advertising, MBC is a public broadcaster, as its largest shareholder is a public organization, The Foundation of Broadcast Culture. Today, it is a multimedia group with one terrestrial TV channel, three radio channels, five cable channels, five satellite channels and four DMB channels.

 

MBC is headquartered in Digital Media City (DMC), Mapo-gu, Seoul and has the largest broadcast production facilities in Korea including digital production center Dream Center in Ilsan and indoor and outdoor sets in Yongin Daejanggeum Park.

 

About GVB:

 

The Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB), a non-profit membership corporation, is the official tourism agency for the U.S. Territory of Guam. Among its responsibilities, GVB is charged with setting tourism policy and direction; developing and implementing Guam’s tourism strategic and marketing plans; managing programs and activities that enhance and showcase Guam’s people, place and culture in order to deliver an incomparable visitor experience; and coordinating tourism-related research, planning, events and outreach activities. GVB serves as a critical bridge linking government, the tourism industry, visitors and the local community, and aims to contribute successfully to a good quality of life for residents through tourism.

 

GVB is the first tourism office in the United States to win the President’s “E” Award, the highest recognition any U.S. entity can receive for making a significant contribution to the expansion of U.S. exports.

 

About Guam:

 

Guam is “Where America’s Day Begins.” As the largest and southernmost island in the Marianas, this unincorporated territory of the United States has a rich 4,000-year-old history and culture based on its indigenous Chamorro people. Guam is about 8 miles wide and 32 miles long and located 900 miles north of the equator in the Western Pacific. Commonly referred to as “America in Asia,” Guam is about a three to five hour flight away from Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Its capital city is Hagåtña (formerly Agana).

PLDT Home Fibr presents “Kitang Dalawa”

Multi-awarded thespians Franco and Ayen Laurel to mark first ever concert on Oct.11

Kitang Dalawa co-presented by PLDT Home Fibr

Expect to be mesmerized as two of the country’s renowned thespians and real-life couple Franco and Ayen Laurel are staging their first ever concert together, KITANG DALAWA, at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino on October 11, 2018.

 

The concert, which covers a wide range of musical genres from Broadway, Original Pilipino musicals, Pop, Jazz to Gospel and Kundiman, is co-presented by PLDT Home Fibr, the country’s most powerful broadband, in line with its push to bring world-class acts into the spotlight.

 

Joining them in the concert are their children Mariella Laurel, Hasan and Angia Laurel with the special participation of Whiplash, Joni Galeste and Jourdan Bartolome.

 

KITANG DALAWA is written and directed by Floy Quintos, musical direction by Von De Guzman, lighting design by Monino Duque, choreography by Cecile Martinez and PJ Rebullida, Set Design by Mitoy Sta. Ana, Costume Design by Rajo Laurel for House of Laurel, JC Buendia, Jojie Lloren, M Barretto and Jaz Cerezo.

 

For tickets, call 832-3704 or 891-9999 or visit www.ticketworld.com.ph and http://www.culturalcenter.gov.ph.

Kathryn Bernardo, Daniel Padilla at GAOC sponsored “The Hows of Us” screening

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Kathryn Bernardo, Daniel Padilla at GAOC sponsored “The Hows of Us”
screening. One of Asia’s best dental clinics, the Gan Advanced Osseointegration
Center (GAOC), led by its President and Chief Executive Officer Dr. Steve Mark Gan,
recently hosted clients, partners, and friends to an exclusive screening of the romantic drama hit “The Hows of Us.” The special film showing was in support of box-office queen Kathryn Bernardo, the newest addition to the GAOC family. Bernardo is shown with Dr. Gan (left) and Daniel Padilla.

BGC Arts Center Launches Pinoy Playlist 2018

An annual music festival showcasing the tapestry of Filipino Musicality curated by Maestro Ryan Cayabyab, Moy Ortiz, and Noel Ferrer.

 

Music is the architecture of the Filipino soul; it has scored our personal and collective lives through the ages. While many things divide us, we Filipinos hold music as the deep common denominator of our “Filipino-ness”. It is time we have a collective celebration of Filipino music – harvest its nourishing past, revel in its present forms, and also innovate by fusing past and present across musical genres of Filipino music.

For 6 days in October this year, October 11, 12, 13, 18, 19 and 20, 2018, the BGC Arts Center will launch a landmark festival: “Pinoy Playlist 2018, Ito ay Atin, Sariling Atin”.  Made possible with the support of Sun Life Foundation, it will be the first of an annual Music Festival curated by Maestro Ryan Cayabyab, Moy Ortiz, and Noel Ferrer. The festival will gather great music being generated and appreciated in pockets of ages and places, collectively showcase them, and hopefully serve to inspire the collective rise of Filipino music.

Pinoy Playlist will ​reinvigorate the tradition of Filipino music by exposing the breadth and range of Filipino musicality across time, from vocal groups, solo, bands, classic, indigenous, pop, and collaborations in between these forms of musicality, to celebrate the evolving nature of Filipino music. ​The matrix of Filipino music will shine in its variety and blaze with the talent of artists across generations.

“Pinoy Playlist 2018, Ito ay Atin, Sariling Atin” is a labor of love of the Pinoy Playlist curators of whom the BGC Arts Center is immensely proud and grateful to be working with.

Maestro Ryan Cayabyab composer and conductor, is among the supernova standard bearers of Filipino music. His works range from commissioned full-length ballets, theater musicals, choral pieces, a Mass set to unaccompanied chorus, and orchestral pieces, to commercial recordings of popular music, film scores and television specials. He got involved with Pinoy Playlist because he says: “At the end of the day, nothing compares to coming together to experience the rich tapestry of homegrown Pinoy music.”

Noel Ferrer is a respected writer, critic, talent manager, producer of award winning films and television shows. He has published the groundbreaking book on the making of stars and celebrities in the Philippines through Anvil Publishing. He is also the official spokesperson and education committee head of the Metro Manila Film Festival as well as an active member of the Entertainment Troika of the Philippine Entertainment Portal. Working to make Pinoy Playlist happen, he said: “There is Cinemalaya and other indie film festivals and of course the MMFF for cinema; there is Virgin LabFest and before a National Theater Festival; it is important that there is common ground in Pinoy Playlist featuring all genres, all kinds of artists in their most creative concert formats to showcase the best in Filipino music.”

Moy Ortiz has been singing harmony all his life––from his earliest years in primary school to his final year in the Ateneo. He is one of the original and founding members of the country’s premier vocal group, The Company, of which he is the artistic and musical director. Moy is also an award-winning composer, arranger, and producer. He also teaches classes and workshops at Mint College and Trumpets Playshop respectively. On his motivation behind realizing Pinoy Playlist, he said: “We need to acknowledge, honor and celebrate Filipino music in all its forms.”

BGC Arts Center Head of Content, Maria Isabel Garcia maintains this would not have happened without those who care for Pinoy music with their lives: The BGC Arts Center is passionately committed to create and celebrate Filipino stories of creativity and there is nothing like music to inhabit those stories. We applaud the passion and work of our curators and the over 100 Filipino musicians and production teams who finely tuned into the Pinoy Playlist idea and contribute to the evolving tapestry of Pinoy Music.”

Tickets ranging from P330 to P2,250, are now available at all TicketWorld outlets and website: www.ticketworld.com.ph

Globe myBusiness turns spotlight on celebrity entreprenuers at Star Bazaar

Show business is a business that everyone dreams about, but not all retains the shine and some may opt to turn their light off for a more private living.

Globe myBusiness, in partnership with Summit Media’s Philippine Entertainment Porta (PEP), gathered celebrity entrepreneurs who showcased their businesses and shared their success stories with small and medium enterprise (SME) owners during the Star Bazaar held at SM Megamall Activity Center to serve as inspiration to aspiring and budding entrepreneurs who want to start or grow their business.

Star Bazaar is a free-for-all shopping and learning experience that features booths of the stars; businesses, and open mic discussions with entrepreneurial experts through Globe myBusiness Academy’s Artistalks.

Among the celebrity entrepreneurs who graced Artistalks are Ner’s Gourmet Tuyo owner Neri Naig-Miranda, Pedro ‘N Coi owner and beauty queen Shamcey Supsup-Lee and Filipino restaurant Salu owner Harlene Bautista.

These celebrity star entrepreneurs shared their take on the importance of partnerships, balancing time for multiple careers and how to start a business ventures based on their own experience as entrepreneurs.

In addition, Neri together with Janice de Belen, LJ Moreno, Marlo Mortel, Almira Muhlach, RR Enriquez, Diana Zubiri, TInTin Bersola, Bianca Lapus, and Candy Pangilinan showcased their businesses, enriching shoppers’ experience with a variety of products: from sweet confections to savory dishes to workout apparel and fashion accessories.

“Globe myBusiness is always here to encourage people to put up their own business and live the life they dream of. We also help entrepreneurs create hassle-free operations so that they can focus more on bringing the best experience to their customers. Through the help of our celebrity guests and business experts, we hope that we can impart valuable tips and inspiring lessons to those who visit the Star Bazaar,” said Derrick Heng, Senior Advisor for Globe myBusiness.

Globe myBusiness offers a wide range of digital tools and solutions to micro, small, and medium-size enterprises. This is in support of UN Sustainable Development Goal No. 8 which promotes sustained, inclusive, and sustainable economic growth through entrepreneurship, creativity, and innovation.

On the other hand, GCash, the leading mobile money service provider in the country, equipped the celebrity booths with QR codes which provided both merchants and consumers with hassle-free and secure cashless transactions.

Through GCash Scan to Pay, consumers were able to use their GCash account to pay for their purchases by simply scanning the QR codes with their GCash App, thereby, eliminating the need to bring cash or wait for change.

Meanwhile, Star Bazaar’s line of leading business experts include some of the most in-demand entrepreneurial advisors in the country, like motivational financial speaker Chinkee Tan, serial restauranteur Grace Lee, and The Final Pitch host and co-creator John Aguilar.

These top-notch business experts were also present during Artistalks and discussed the challenges of starting up, how to overcome challenges, and preparation that comes with conceptualizing and bringing the perfect business idea to life.

On the side, attendees were treated to different interactivities that allowed them to know more about their favourite celebrity entrepreneur’s businesses while winning prizes courtesy of Globe myBusiness and Star Bazaar’s featured merchants.

Singer Kiana Valenciano performed on the sidelines of Star Bazaar to entertain participants with a couple of songs from her new album.

To know more about how Globe myBusiness can help you with your business, prease visit: http://mybusiness.globe.com.ph.

Alex Gonzaga and Melai Cantiveros’ trending OOTD got netizens guessing who’s wearing bagong bili o bagong laba

What’s the worst thing that can happen when you are wearing your nicest OOTD? For showbiz stars like Alex Gonzaga and Melai Cantiveros, it’s bumping into each other, wearing exactly the same outfit and wondering who actually wore it better. But since these two ladies are not going to settle the score just like that, they both asked the bigger, more interesting question—are the outfits bagong bili or bagong laba?

 

The question confused the minds of everyone, going viral on social media as fellow momshies weighed in and argued whether their idol’s outfits was bagong bili or bagong laba. But even as the arguments rocked social media, no one could figure out the answer as both the outfits of Alex Gonzaga and Melai Cantiveros looked like new.

 

To solve the great mystery once and for all, Tide hosted “Bagong Bili o Bagong Laba Fashion Walk-Off”, an interactive fashion show last July 31 at White Space, Makati. Excited guests took part in a game that proved how brand new whites look no different from clothes washed with Tide.

 

Kicking off the fashion show were Luis Manzano and the Solomon brothers,  and celebrity kids Awra Briguela, and Mela Francisco. After all the models strutted to confuse the crowd even more. Alex and Melai graced the stage with a grand walk off and cheered on the audience to make their best guess —  “Bagong Bili or Bagong Laba?”.

 

Ending the show was a grand reveal of the models removing their tags to see who wore the bagong laba and the bagong bili outfits – astounding everyone in the audience because there was no difference in the whiteness of the clothes that the models wore!

 

“Sobrang nagulat ako sa fact na ako pala may suot ng bagong laba! As in wow, nakakagulat talaga kasi for me, feeling ko bagong bili suot ko! Totoo talaga na sa isang laba, mukhang bago, kapag Tide,” said Alex, whose bagong laba clothes definitely look brand new.

 

Melai, who turns out to have been wearing the brand new outfit, added that “Amazing ang whitening powers ng Tide. From now on, hindi na talaga kailangan bumili parati ng bagong damit para mag mukhang bongga ang outfits mo. With Tide, para ka na ring nakasuot ng bago.”

 

Just like everyone in the audience, it’s hard to tell the difference between bagong bili and bagong laba with Tide.

 

More photos from the event here. 

 

“We know how important it is for Filipinos to have the best-looking uniforms and everyday wear, but we also know that with repeated use, clothes usually look dingy. That’s why we’re delighted to present Tide, which in one wash, keeps clothes looking like new.” ends Procter & Gamble’s Country Marketing Manager for Laundry, Jonn Terence Dy.

 

With its great cleaning power that removes dirt while brightening whites, your OOTDs can still have that “looks like new” look even after repeated usage, getting that surprising wow from everyone.

 

Sa Tide,  sa isang laba, mukhang bago!

 

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