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Rumble is Hiring, Join our Team!

Rumble is growing at an incredible speed and with the recent investment by Narya & Peter Thiel we’re now equipped to hire at a speed that matches our growth. All positions are currently remote but will eventually require relocation to one of our offices in the US or Canada.

Why Our Team Loves Working at Rumble:

– We are making a significant financial impact in video creator community; we’re proud of their success stories
– We enjoy challenging the status quo and fighting the “big guys”
– We aren’t afraid to try new things; we act fast and want to win
– We pay competitive salaries and provide great benefits

Among many open positions, the following positions are the most pressing and in immediate need:

– Senior Android Developers
– Senior PHP Developers
– Senior Frontend Developers
– Senior Backend PHP Developers
– Project Manager
– Data / AI (Python)
– Linux Server Admins
– Many different Marketing positions/roles

In the near future Rumble will have more comprehensive job descriptions, but we felt it important to open up our inbox for the most pressing positions. Please include a cover letter for the position you are looking to apply for and a resume/CV.

APPLY HERE: jobs@rumble.com

If any of these jobs sound like the right fit for you, then please get in touch. If you also feel that you can really help Rumble and provide an impact, please do not hesitate to write us with your thoughts. These are a full-time positions based in both the USA and Canada. To apply, email jobs@rumble.com.

Narya and Peter Thiel Lead Investment in Rumble

Funds to be used to launch new cloud services and expand the existing video platform as Rumble
addresses market demand for new alternatives to incumbent platforms

TORONTO, May 19, 2021 – Rumble, a video platform focused on helping millions of creators manage,
distribute, and monetize their video content, welcomed the investment of Narya Capital, Peter Thiel and
Colt Ventures. 
 
“We couldn’t be more excited to welcome aboard investors that are aligned with our long-term vision.
This investment is evidence that the market really desires competition and freedom of choice. These
funds will help us launch our new cloud services, enhance our video platform, and help create the rails
for a new economy that is desperately needed” said Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski. 
 
In the past year, Rumble’s monthly viewership has grown from 1.6 million users per month to an
average of 31 million per month in the first quarter of 2021 – an increase of more than 1,800%. This
growth reflects the increasingly strong market recognition by both users and creators of Rumble’s
differentiated value proposition. The investment will add considerable strength to Rumble’s ability to
build upon this success. 
 
Rumble was built on the belief that small creators should be given equal opportunity to freely express
themselves, reach their followers, and be provided the same access to tools that are available to larger
creators. This investment will allow Rumble to continue to fulfill its mission while providing the platform
with more opportunities to build out its infrastructure and launch new cloud services where businesses
can feel safe and secure.
 
The investment is being led by Narya, a Cincinnati-based venture capital firm co-founded by J.D. Vance
and Colin Greenspon that seeks to invest long-term capital in technology that solves significant
challenges.
Narya is joined in this investment by Peter Thiel, famed entrepreneur and venture capitalist who has a
long and storied track record of investing in frontier technology companies, including PayPal, Facebook,
Palantir Technologies, Compass Pathways, and many other ventures.
 
Ethan Fallang of Narya will join Rumble’s board. “At Narya, we support founders who combine technical
and business model innovation to address large and underserved markets. We believe Chris and the
entire Rumble team have built an excellent platform and are thrilled to be part of their ongoing success
as they continue to scale”, said Fallang.

Guggenheim Securities acted as the exclusive financial advisor and Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP acted as
legal counsel to Rumble in connection with the transaction.

Press related inquiries: press@rumble.com

Rumble Welcomes Florida Governor Ron DeSantis

Governor of Florida opens an account on one of America’s fastest-growing video platforms

Rumble is proud to welcome Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to our video-sharing platform. A U.S. Navy veteran and graduate of Harvard Law School, Gov. DeSantis is a valued addition to our community of more than 4 million video creators and public figures.

“Gov. Ron DeSantis is a longtime proponent of free speech and has been at the forefront of the effort to demonopolize Big Tech. He understands firsthand Americans’ distrust of monolithic tech companies and the danger they pose to free expression and free markets. In fact, YouTube recently removed from its platform a video of the governor and a handful of Ivy League-educated medical experts discussing the downsides of prolonged pandemic-related lockdowns. Rumble, on the other hand, invites robust and civic dialogue on our platform, including Gov. DeSantis’ insights and expertise,” Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski said ahead of the announcement.

To subscribe to Governor Ron DeSantis’ Rumble channel, please visit: https://rumble.com/GovRonDesantis

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Rumble is one of the most respected independent and privately owned companies in the online video-sharing platform industry and its business model is premised upon helping small and independent video creators grow their footprint. Rumble has more than 4 million small creators, with a reach of over 75 million monhtly unique users.

Press related inquiries: press@rumble.com

Rumble Files Lawsuit Against Google Over Antitrust Violations; Strong Evidence Shows Google’s Monopolistic Practices are Harming Competition, Rumble and its Video Creators

Contact: press@rumble.com

TORONTO, CANADA – Rumble, a video platform focused on helping over two million creators manage, distribute, and monetize their video content, filed a lawsuit today against the multinational technology company Google LLC, “for monetary damages well in excess of $2,000,000,000 that Rumble has sustained and continues to sustain as a proximate result of Google’s antitrust violations.” Because Rumble shares revenue with its content creators, this has harmed them as well.

The complaint charges, “by unfairly rigging its search algorithms such that YouTube is the first-listed links ‘above the fold’ on its search results page, Google, through its search engine, was able to wrongfully divert massive traffic to YouTube, depriving Rumble of the additional traffic, users, uploads, brand awareness and revenue it would have otherwise received.”

Using data from Google and YouTube analytics regarding views of Rumble’s original content videos on YouTube, the complaint also alleges that “Rumble lost a huge amount of revenue on the 9.3 billion views that Google wrongfully directed to YouTube with its unfair YouTube-preferencing algorithms. If even a portion of those 9.3 billion views had occurred on Rumble’s website instead of YouTube, that would have generated well in excess of 100 million additional video uploads to the Rumble platform, which in turn would have generated billions of more views on the Rumble platform, and massive amounts of additional revenue for Rumble and its content creators.”

Because Rumble has exclusive rights to original content videos, it has been able to determine that Google wrongfully self-preferences YouTube over Rumble. For example, even if the Google search term specifically asks for “dog videos on rumble,” Google lists unrelated YouTube videos ahead of Rumble.com’s listings. And, even if the search term asks for an exclusive Rumble video by its exact title, for example, “Baby preciously cuddles cat for nap time,” the Google search page still self-preferences YouTube, even though Google has publicly stated that it gives preference to and “elevates” original reporting in its search results.

Rumble is one of the most respected independent and privately owned companies in the online videosharing platform industry and its business model is premised upon helping small and independent video creators.

“As stated in the complaints filed by the Department of Justice and many state Attorneys General against Google, Google uses its search engine monopoly to wrongfully achieve and maintain monopolies for its many companies, and in this case, we have indisputable proof that it does so for its YouTube platform, harming competition, competitors and consumers. Google’s monopoly power is being used to unjustly and wrongfully deprive Rumble of the views, users, uploads, and consumer awareness, and the revenue for it and its content creators, that would be theirs in an un-rigged marketplace,” stated Chris Pavlovski, CEO of Rumble.