Fundo, an experimental platform created in Google’s Area 120 workshop, will connect creators and fans with virtual experiences…
Google’s Area 120 has put out a number of ideas in the past. Now, its got another that just might catch on, particularly in a period where virtual experiences are replacing in-person events. It’s called Fundo and it gives creators different ways to earn money by hosting different experiences.
Google’s Area 120 Launches Fundo for Creators to Host Virtual Events
Fundo is a pseudo combination of YouTube, Twitch, and Patreon. Basically, it offers fun times for guests while allowing creators to make some cash. For instance, people can ask celebrities questions, learn new skills, or just hang out. Google bills it as an ideal escape from the monotony of pandemic life. To check it out, just go to the website fundo.town. John Gregg, the General Manager of Fundo writes:
“Fundo, [is] a platform for virtual events and experiences, designed and built for creators. With Fundo, everything is live and interactive, using face-to-face video chat to mirror those in-person encounters. And it all happens using your computer or phone, from the comfort of home or on the go.
Fundo also gives creators new monetization options to support what they do.”