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Triller is an American video-making and social-networking service owned by Proxima Media. It allows users to automatically edit and synchronize their videos to background tracks using artificial intelligence (AI). Triller was released for iOS and Android in 2015, and it is currently led by President and CEO Mike Lu. The app features celebrity users, including the Weeknd and Justin Bieber.
The company claims to have over 250 million downloads, though this figure is currently under review. Triller has also been criticized for paying its content creators to move over from its rival app TikTok. In July 2020, Triller sued TikTok’s parent company, ByteDance, for patent infringement. To date, Triller has raised over $100 million from various investment banks, angel investors, and Hollywood studios. On August 1, 2020, Triller became the #1 downloaded app on the U.S. App Store amid threats of a TikTok ban from the Trump administration, but the popularity was short lived.
On February 25, 2021, Triller won the purse bid to air the fight between Unified Lightweight Champion Teofimo Lopez against George Kambosos. Triller bid $6.018m, beating out DAZN at $3.5m and Top Rank at $2.3m.
Website - triller.co