ITV Studios and The Virtual Brand Group have launched “The Voice Studios”, an immersive virtual experience based on The Voice that “allows fans to go on a musical journey to find their voice, just like the contestants on the global hit show in 148 different versions around the world.”
“The Voice Studios,” offers fans an opportunity to create their own music, show off their dancing skills, compete in Battle rounds, test their musical knowledge and audition to be on an upcoming season of the hit series.
In a specially created NBC metaverse fan zone, fans of the show will be able to audition and win limited edition virtual clothing like celebrity coaches Kelly Clarkson, Chance the Rapper, Niall Horan and Blake Shelton gift to their teams on the primetime show. The initiative is timed to debut in the final weeks of NBC’s 23rd season of “The Voice.”
“The Voice Studios” is the newest virtual experience in Vegas City, the metaverse entertainment destination in Decentraland and follows a successful “The Voice” virtual pop-up event last year in the Decentraland Metaverse Music Festival.
Lucie Stoffers, Head of Brand Licensing, Global Partnerships, ITV Studios, said: “After the very successful first pop-up area within the Decentraland Metaverse Music Festival, we are very excited to continue on this journey together with VBG bringing The Voice Studios to Decentraland. And while very few people get to be in a studio where ‘The Voice’ is being recorded, let alone receive a tailored gift from their favourite Coach, it will now be possible for all fans to get access and have fun in this new immersive experience.”
“The Voice Studios is the future of entertainment, fashion and youth culture marketing,” said Justin W. Hochberg, CEO of the Virtual Brand Group. “Last fall, in ‘The Voice’s’ first metaverse experience, fans spent an average of 49 minutes, and we were able to generate 13 times more engagement than typical social media platforms. Building the next generation that is bigger and better for the show, advertisers and fans was the obvious logical step.”
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