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Posted 3 years ago

CrowdFanatic featured in SVNewTech

SVNewTech Co-Organizer Joe Robinson provides his assessment of CrowdFanatic and he believes that the platform is shows promising potential for hosting online confrontations.

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Posted 3 years ago

CrowdFanatic featured on Pragmatiko

Pragmatiko of Italy featured CrowdFanatic for their site as they discuss the impact that CrowdFanatic can have in social media with their online confrontation platform.

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Posted 3 years ago

CrowdFanatic featured in Wwwhat’s New

Spanish news site Wwhat’s New has an article featuring CrowdFanatic in which they like the interesting idea of a group vs. group online confrontation platform.

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Posted 3 years ago

Press Release: CrowdFanatic Introduces a Social Media Battlefield

CrowdFanatic - the first Online Confrontation Platform – releases public beta version

Sunnyvale CA - June 9, 2011 – With the NHL and NBA finals underway and as the protests in the Middle East continue to shake totalitarian regimes, CrowdFanatic - the first Online Confrontation Platform - announces the release of its public Beta.

Officially launching their Beta at The Expo event in Sunnyvale CA this Thursday, CrowdFanatic is a revolutionary social media platform that defines a new genre of online services.  It is an “Online Confrontation platform” - a social media battleground for groups to deliberately confront their rivals in order to win debates and hammer down their opponents. CrowdFanatic is the place for fans and social activists to support their group, oppose their rivals and sway public opinion to their side.  

Described as “the Anti – Facebook”, CrowdFanatic deals with the most explosive topics in the news, and deliberately pits rival groups against each other in direct confrontation.  CrowdFanatic promises to create the hottest social media environment on the internet.

“It isn’t about me interacting with my friends. For that we have Facebook,” said Yaron Bazaz, founder and CEO of CrowdFanatic.  “Our platform is all about me as a group member fighting for my political party, sports club or favourite American Idol against the group’s rivals, in order to win on the streets and on the social media battlefield. It is a competitive environment, very emotional and extremely engaging.”

Crowdfanatic’s team believes they have identified a huge gap in today’s social media offerings. According to the founder, today’s social media platforms are focused on the individual and do not realistically reflect our group identities. Moreover - online groups and fan sites are isolated islands that only serve the group’s supporters. “There is no online arena that enables the Republicans to debate Democrats directly, nor online battlefield for Canucks fans to challenge the Bruins’ fans or for Rihanna supporters to confront Chris Brown. That is exactly what Crowdfanatic is - the global confrontation arena.”

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Yaron Bazaz 

President and CEO