Openworld, Inc Partners with to aid Students in Impoverished Regions

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Openworld Inc, a transnational group that offers "Seeds of Change" resources for communities around the world to spread skills and create jobs, has partnered with to offer incentive-based video contests to aid students in impoverished regions. Openworld develops digital resources, which include microscholarships, toolkits, and work-study projects, to bring immediate benefits to entrepreneurial schools and self-help groups in impoverished regions.

"We are seeking to partner with organizations that provide efficient technology solutions that fit well with our resource kit, and enable new talent in poor areas to awaken assets in their communities,' says Mark Frazier, president of Openworld Inc. "We were looking for a solution through which we could reward students in poor areas who create video clips on new paths for sustainable development. We were very pleased to find offering the exact functionality we need.", a product of CS3 Solutions LLC, a Virginia based web development firm, provides a simple and effective platform for marketers and promoters to create incentive based video contests. TubePrize's two-tiered video contest platform allows users to create and host video contests aimed at leveraging the talent of the worldwide YouTube community.

Video creators can easily enter a contest by submitting their YouTube video, and at the contest end date, the submissions that have met the minimum requirements move on to final round where they are viewed and rated by a pre-invited panel of judges. is currently in beta release, and is at the early state of growing their community or contest creators, video creators, and judges.

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Carl Stacy                        
CS3 Solutions LLC            

Nick Sorrentino
Openworld, Inc.


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