YouTube Pits Top Videos Against Each Other To Help Share Content

YouTube Pits Top Videos Against Each Other To Help Share Content
technology

Users vote for their favorites and earn points for predicting the most popular videos.

Emma Hutchings
  • 3 january 2012

YouTube is gamifying content discovery by introducing a new video experiment developed with Google Research. YouTube Slam invites users to find the next big viral hit as each week a new set of videos go head-to-head for your votes. There are Comedy, Cute, Music, Bizarre and Dance Slams, with the most popular videos from each category featuring on a leaderboard.

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