GeeXPlus, the Japan-based talent agency behind Trash Taste is opening global applications for new talent. This marks the first time that the Tokyo-based talent agency has publicly recruited talent.
Interested applicants can apply via a Google Form prepared by GeexPlus. The talent agency is looking for creators of all backgrounds and nationalities and of any creator genre. The form asks for basic information such as the length of time being a content creator as well as the total number of followers on all platforms. However, keep in mind that the company reserves the right to review applications at its own discretion. The form will close on December 10th, after which no further applications will be taken.
In return, successful applications will be able to work with GeeXPlus through exclusive or non-exclusive talent representation. Depending on the type of contract signed, services provided by the agency can include business email management, sponsorship schedule management, content production support as well as living support in Japan.
This application program comes off the back of a series of successful years as one of Japan’s premier talent agencies focused on digital content creators. The GeeXPlus current roster of creators includes the world’s top anime podcast, Trash Taste (3 million subscribers across 3 YouTube channels), top dinosaur YouTuber, TheGamingBeaver (3.78 million YouTube subscribers), and storytime YouTuber and illustrator, Emirichu (3.38 million subscribers) and more.
Other talents have also seen large improvements across all platforms since signing with GeeXPlus. For instance, Japan subculture YouTuber, Sydney “Sydsnap” Poniewaz, has grown by more than 400% on YouTube since relocating to Japan with the agency. Connor “CDawgVA” Colquhoun has also seen tremendous growth on YouTube with a 350% subscriber growth across 3 separate YouTube channels and over 1 million followers on Twitch.
GeeXPlus is a Japan-based talent management agency founded in 2019 with goals to make Tokyo a new hub for international content creators.
Source: Press Release