Nigerian Filmmaker Michael Chineme Launches Micverse to Rival Netflix, GoFundMe, others

Nigerian Filmmaker Michael Chineme Launches Micverse (8)

A young -talented Nigerian Filmmaker, Michael Chineme Ike, has introduced his multi-functional Application called MICVERSE which will go Live for the public early next month.

At the launch held at Annabel Cinema Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria, Michael recounted his adventure as an entrepreneur, starting from his writing careers, one of which was the publication of his 600 paged History of Ayamelum Local Government Area in Anambra State in 2018, to his movie productions which he started as early as his admission into Unizik in 2017 of which he can boast of over seven movies many of which were shot outside Nigeria.

Micverse streaming app

Nigerian Filmmaker Michael Chineme Ike (middle) with guests at the Micverse launch

He further explained that he decided to build the App in order to provide a platform for upcoming filmmakers who may be finding it hard to succeed in the industry.

The App has various sections and functionalities which includes;

Micstreams: Movie streaming section where users can stream unlimited movies and TV shows. This Micverse ‘s feature can be seen as a rival to Netflix.

Nigerian Filmmaker Michael Chineme Launches Micverse

MicSquare: Social media section where users can connect and chat with friends and colleagues from all over the world. This features gives a feel that Michael wants to give Instagram a run for its money.

Nigerian Filmmaker Michael Chineme Launches Micverse

MicFundit: A crowdfunding section where users can raise funds for their creative projects.

Micverse streaming app

MicFilmPort: A section where users can organize or submit to film festivals from all over the world.

Nigerian Filmmaker Michael Chineme Ike

Michael believes that the platform will grow to become a virtual world for Filmmakers and one of the greatest tech companies in the world with the purpose of connecting people and providing supports and unlimited entertainment.

Micverse streaming app

He explained that following the launch, there will be a few weeks of mass testing by over 100 people from all over the world after which the Application would be made available on Google and Apple stores for the general public. And of course, there is a website version too.

It is worthy of note that the young man had also in the previous week launched an online film school called MIC Film Institute with the aim of training and equipping young people to become professionals in the movie industry.

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