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UK Firm Opens Application for Swypatune Naija Contest

Swype Global, a UK startup operating in the digital technology space, has announced the launch of Swypatune Nigeria Series 1.

Swypatune is the world’s first dedicated digital contest and pitching platform.

The Swypatune app offers aspiring artists a new way, to contest and win amazing cash prizes and the opportunity to be discovered, just by downloading the app, signing up, and uploading their content from their mobile devices.

The general public gets to vote for their favorite artists while also standing the chance to win fantastic prizes.

Dr. Peter Atorough, founder and chief executive of Swype Global said: “Our mission is to harness the possibilities of digital mobile technologies and expand access to opportunity for people who live anywhere, wherever there is a connection,”

He revealed that some of benefits of joining the Swypatune Naija contest include: Contestants stand a chance to win cash prizes – ₦10million ultimate winner prize and a song recording deal while Voters get an opportunity to win Swypatune credit coins that can be redeemed for offers on the app.

Dr. Atorough added that contestants get a chance to work with renowned producers on the continent and win Multiple Cash Prizes from a prize pot of ₦20 million.

The Swypatune app is available on Google Play store and Apple store for free download.

For more information about the contest, visit https://myswypatune.com

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