By UTVBoard News
Long Beach, CA â September 27, 2016 â Hoonigan Media Machine takes the lead to create a series of unique and engaging content featuring the all-new Can-Am Maverick X3 side-by-side vehicle.
As the creative driver behind the immensely popular Gymkhana viral film series, Hoonigan Media Machine brings its unique ability to attract massive audiences and keeping them engaged to each project. Led by Hoonigan Chief Brand Officer and Co-Founder Brian Scotto, the team announces a new viral video effort dubbed âBattle BROyale,â which features two, three-driver teams of Hoonigan and Can-Am-backed athletes batting for off-road supremacy in three extreme environments. This new video has been teased for a week, prior to its full official public debut today.
Battle BROyale serves as natural and exhilarating method of delivering the performance traits of the 2017 Maverick X3 vehicle that naturally relates to intended audience. Hoonigan guru Ken Block captains one team with Ryan Kibbe and Justin Oquendo. BJ Baldwin anchors the other squad featuring Chris Forsberg and Dustin Jones. The six skilled pilots battle head-to-head in three unique settings, including an urban wasteland, taxing desert course and an abandoned golf course.
âHoonigan Media Machine is an ideal partner to assist us in delivering engaging, adrenaline-filled, action-packed launch videos, starring the game-changing Can-Am Maverick X3 Turbo R side-by-side vehicle,â said Marc-André Dubois, Director, Global Marketing, Can-Am Off-Road.
Hoonigan Media Machine kicked off the Can-Am Maverick X3 content series by producing the original vehicle launch video, which went public on Aug. 16. For the launch video project, Hoonigan Media Machine showcased its capabilities by creating compelling, authentic content to engage the masses, as well as leveraging its network of credible influencers across all social platforms, to directly connect with the intended audiences.
Combining Can-Am Off-Roadâs industry leading technology and Hoonigan Media Machineâs ability to deliver state-of-the-art content ensures delivery of unique and engaging content, which properly highlights the featured line of exciting vehicles.
For more information on Hoonigan Media Machine, please visit www.hoonigan.com.
For more information on BRP/Can-Am Off-Road, please visit www.can-am.brp.com.
More Resources: Can-Am Maverick X3 ReviewCan-Am Maverick X3 X RS Dune ReviewAbout Hoonigan Media Machine
Hoonigan Media Machine is the creative team behind the viral Ken Block Gymkhana film series. Hoonigan Media Machine is focused on content creation and is fully equipped to handle production on a wide range of video projects in the automotive community. Led by Hoonigan Chief Brand Officer and Co-Founder Brian Scotto, the production team ideate and produce highly sharable, award-winning content from photos to short viral clips to long-form video for both top athletes and personalities and influential brands.
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