Ingenious Video Challenge Site

Do you know what 'jamit' is? The new 'like' for video creators.
By: ChallenJam Team
DELFT, Netherlands - Feb. 16, 2018 - PRLog -- New adventure is waiting for the video-lovers 'community on website, that provides an advanced platform for video contests. Many people like video challenges. YouTube has 118 million challenge videos and this number is getting higher in every moment. However, the individual channel setup of YouTube does not support video competitions appropriately. That was the reason behind creating a challenge focused online environment for this fascinating community. The international users of seem to be supporting the idea, because it is growing steadily. The site has visitors from 142 countries all over the world including the US that brings most of them. There are users from South America, India, Scandinavia and even Japan.

Challenjam brings together people with the same interest for friendly video competitions or challenges. Speed drawing, drone racing, travel vlog, free-running, snowboarding, song cover challenjams are running there, with participants getting and giving jamits (votes) each other to appraise featured videos.

The site gives place for a lively, thrilling, engaging online group who love discovering talents in a rewarding environment. Why is it rewarding? Because there are two ways to appreciate great videos: one is to mark them favourite, and the other is to give them jamits. Winning a challenjam means getting the most jamits (votes) for a video post. Performance is judged by a welcoming audience. What is more, there is no place for negative comments or feedbacks. attracts the most adventurous video creators, and the most fascinated audience with the same passion. It is a new social media hub, where anyone can start or join challenjams for free. These are the 'Just for Fun' or 'Just for Fame' competitions.

However, to win $ prize is also an option. Users have a choice to start 'ticket challenjams' by setting entry-fee for potential participants. In case of an entry-fee challenge the winner gets $ prize which depends on the number of tickets set by the starter as an entry-fee and the number of participants.

The site is very simple to use. Visitors can register with either their Facebook account or their email address. Users are provided with a Profile page to be able to follow their own activities. They can represent themselves with a YouTube channel, Facebook, twitter, Instagram profile, a short bio and an avatar picture. The profile page displays the number of received and given jamits, and among other the number of videos the users posted.

Created for creatives - A new wave of video entertainment is waiting for enjoyers on


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