“Sessions is dedicated to being the first global digital platform that truly serves and supports all artists and events.
By launching the initiative with Joy Ruckus Festival, the largest Asian American virtual festival in the world, we are setting the bar high,” said Sessions co-founder and former Pandora founder Tim Westergren in a release.
Co-founded by Westergren and tech executive Gordon Su, Sessions spends money on marketing and production to help artists build a fanbase and earn an income.
“With their resources and leadership, I think Sessions can corner the market for live streaming.
They are in a unique position to be the #1 player,” said Kublai in a release.