On Tuesday, the Donald Trump-backed site Truth Social made a big splash when they announced that they will Rumble’s first publisher.
The video streaming platform released a statement detailing the partnership as the first of its kind.
"We are excited to have Truth Social as our very first publisher on the Rumble Ad platform," said Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski. "A significant part of the internet is now served through the Rumble ecosystem, which gives advertisers a new place to target customers aligned with our mission to fight back against cancel culture. We look forward to proving the incredible size and performance of this market."
Trump Media and Technology Group CEO Devin Nunes said with the partnership, both companies are "poised" to beat out major Big Tech platforms as a leading venue to interact with millions of people.
"By partnering with Rumble Ads, Truth Social is poised to displace the Big Tech platforms as a superior venue for businesses to connect with an extraordinarily engaged audience of millions of real people," Nunes added.
The news comes as Rumble’s latest move in its battle against Big Tech.
Last month, NewsBusters reported that a federal court judge in California ruled that the company’s lawsuit against Google will proceed.
Rumble claimed that Google has been a monopoly and that its status as the default general search engine on electronic devices allows the company to manipulate search results.
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