Cosplay Central.com – a new multiplatform destination that is designed to be the global voice of the cosplay community

 

New Multiplatform Destination Will Be the Global Voice of the Cosplay Community and the Premier Destination for all things Cosplay

ReedPop, the world’s leading producer of pop culture events including New York Comic Con, Star Wars Celebration and MCM Comic Con, today announced the launch of Cosplay Central.com – a new multiplatform destination that is designed to be the global voice of the cosplay community and the premier destination for all things Cosplay, including the latest news, special features, videos, advice columns, interviews, tutorials, photo galleries and much more.

At launch, content on CosplayCentral.com will include video interviews with Adam Savage, Critical Role, AEW star Orange Cassidy, advice columns, how-to-guides, tutorials and much more.

“At ReedPop we pride ourselves on hiring fans and relentlessly innovating for our fans and communities,” said Lance Fensterman, Global Head of ReedPop.  “CosplayCentral.com is our latest move into the world of 365 content creation that will deepen our relationships with all fans and in particular the global cosplay community through the exceptional content we will deliver.”

Cosplay Central is built upon a large and passionate global community of cosplayers that ReedPop has cultivated for more than a decade through their events and their Global Championships of Cosplay competition series. With an unparalleled reach among cosplay fans both on and offline, ReedPop saw an opportunity to create a vertical media site that would serve as the global hub of the cosplay community and be a natural extension of their core event business.

This is the latest example of ReedPop countering media industry norms. They launched Dicebreaker, a tabletop gaming website and video channel in December and have more upcoming! For more information on the website, please visit https://www.cosplaycentral.com/.

Jim Smale

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