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Rumble Ranks #47 on comScore’s Top 100 Content Video Rankings, ahead of Buzzfeed & Amazon

12991068_995869317127585_2521674827484238779_nTORONTO, April 14, 2016  — Today Rumble, one of the world’s fastest-growing video licensing platforms, announced it has ranked #47 on comScore’s top 100 content video ranking for February 2016, reaching more than 8 million unique views on mobile and desktop. Based on comScore’s latest traffic numbers, the full-stack video platform Rumble placed on the top 100 list for the first time, surpassing BuzzFeed and Amazon among others.

“Rumble’s growth has been exponential over the past year, so we’re excited to see that recognized in comScore’s rankings,” said Chris Pavlovski, CEO, Rumble. “We’re focused on building an incredible network using the power of video creators, and it’s clear that the variety in our creators’ content is resonating with a broad audience.”

Based on comScore’s latest numbers, in the United States Rumble’s platform generated 8,603,000 unique viewers in February 2016 alone. In addition to surpassing BuzzFeed by nearly 500,000 visitors, Rumble also outranked Amazon and Vox Media. Rumble’s internal tracking shows over 300 per cent growth from January to February. In February, comScore recorded that Rumble’s unique viewers watched almost five videos each, for a total of almost 66 million minutes of short form content video.

Top creators on Rumble’s platform include America’s Funniest Home Videos, ViralHog and Reuters. Rumble’s creator-centric platform has enabled more than 21,000 amateur video creators, media companies, and celebrities to distribute and monetize their social videos. Creators upload their videos to Rumble, and Rumble makes these videos available to websites for monetization. Videos can also be distributed to over 200 partner sites including high-traffic outlets like Reuters, Yahoo, and NBC. In 2015 alone, creators generated over 74 million views on and 1 billion views across all platforms.

In March Rumble announced a partnership with Getty Images, enabling Getty to license social and viral videos exclusively managed by Rumble. The company is now the largest source of social video for the visual communication platform.

comScore Source: Video Metrix Multi-Platform, US, Feb 2016, Sites, Content Video