Music Video Awards Now Given to Bands and Musicians on

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BEAT100 are now introducing a new video award for our users, which will be given to the user with the most viewed video in the chart every seven days.

Most viewed video awards

Most viewed video awards

BEAT100 Music Video Awards are designed to recognize excellence

BEAT100 have now introduced a new music video award for its users, which will be given to the user with the most viewed video in the music chart every Monday at 12:00 pm GMT. The Most Viewed Video Award will be ranked in Gold, Silver and Bronze, with each video receiving bonus votes of 50, 30 or 20, along with the award.

This is given out depending on which band or musician received the most video views within seven days, and will be awarded every Monday at 12pm (GMT). This will give users an even greater chance of topping the BEAT100 Music Video Chart and winning the well-deserved cash prizes and feature in a worldwide press release. These awards are designed to recognise excellence and this is just one of the many awards users can receive for their hard work and talent on BEAT100.

Some of the other music awards are given to users for well-written original songs, high quality videos and impressive vocal/musical performances. Musicians may also receive a BEAT100 Favourite Award, which will be given out by a member of the BEAT100 Team if they see a video they love.

As a result of these music awards, users are more likely to make it to a high place in the music chart, where they will be recognised for their talent and musical abilities. Unlike other video networks, BEAT100 believe in helping our musicians and users feel rewarded for their passion and hard work, therefore BEAT100 felt this was an effective way to do so. Users can post their awards on other social networks or share it with friends to show their achievement, and is always a great head start in the two-weekly BEAT100 Music Video Chart.


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