The China Post
Date: February 13, 2017
By: The China Post news staff
TAIPEI, Taiwan — 17 Media, the leading live-streaming company in Taiwan, hosted its
first Valentines’ Spring party on Saturday, engaging with more than 500 social media celebrities, the biggest event of its kind in the country.
More than one million netizens took part in the event via online live-streaming, 17 Media said, with a record-breaking 800,000 viewers watching the party at one time.
17 Media claims to have written a new page in the history of live-streaming markets on Saturday since the company’s Christmas party last year, making the highest profit in the shortest time frame, with viewers staying online for the longest period of time ever in the live-streaming industry in Taiwan.
The spring party was themed “Want to be with you so much,” seeing more than 500 popular stars from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, and Japan.
A rising live-streaming celebrity, Yayun (小亞), with more than 96,000 followers on Facebook fan page, was voted the most popular by netizens, bringing home a Porsche Macan S, while also winning a one-year contract with 17 Media’s Chinese-speaking section. [FULL STORY]