About the event
Digital culture awards
The digital culture awards celebrate Innovation and cultural relevance in today’s digital world.
It collects data / votes from public participants and specialist judges to determine the winners of each category.
6 different awards each year across the Love and Fear Awards.
- What is the best commercial 4D experience ?
Best storytelling experience with emergent technology?
What is the best co-op content for couples?
What is the digital culture festival?
The festival is a celebration of digital content and experiences. We host a show around the data gathering process for participants.
Valentines & Halloween Festivals
Festivals are about having fun, freebies and casting votes. We’ll be having guest speakers during the day and special DJ’s and MC’s for the night party.
Why should you sponsor?
Be part of a unique celebration of technical and creative innovation in arts and technology; how it indomitably impacts and changes the modern world
Hype Train - 5.5mil impressions
Youtube will be the primary stream for our our sponsorship and marketing goals. We’ll be combining youtube very viral nature with digital advertising on the videos to, ensuring they get massive exposure before the event. (2-3Mil - Impressions)
Facebook & Twitter
We’ll be using facebook to connect and discuss with the community about our fun content, giving them a chance to share related content with their peers. We’ll be advertising video related content on facebook too. We’ll also be tweeting and connecting with new people too as we announce and release more videos. (2-3Mil - Impressions)
Used heavily for the festival marketing, we’ll be showing how people are enjoying the show, to give the curious first hand experience about what our events are all about. Snapping the best dress (cos players too!) (500k Impressions)
Digital culture Awards
Shaun has been working in the video game industry for over 10 years now. Starting off for key players such as Sony Playstation, Sega and TT Games. He worked at BeefJack as a Game Director, responsible for designing and delivering key projects like Iron Fish, Surf Ratz, Nimball and More! Since May 2017, he has continued to work on his own personal portfolio while working with new upcoming game developers and studio's locally and internationally.
Chris has been working within games and app industries for 10 years. Starting off for Sega, Creative Assembly and Splash Damage. He worked at Blippar as a Head of QA, responsible for developing and maintaining effective QA processes and quality control for cutting edge AR & computer vision products as well as building QA teams across local & international offices.
Contact the Organizer
Contact the Organizer