mStar wins Best National Viral Page/Channel category at KNKV Viral Awards


Hafis (second from the left) and Fuad (second from the right) appear to receive the victory trophy on behalf of mStar.

PETALING JAYA: The entertainment and lifestyle portal mStar emerged as the Best National Viral Page/Channel category winner at the KNKV Viral Award event held at Zepp Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday night (Feb 20).

The portal defeated four other competitors that were listed in the final stage.

mStar Bahasa Vertical head, Mohd Fuad Mohd Noor, and Social Media and Influencer Marketing Team head, Tuan Hafis Tuan Ludin, appeared to receive the trophy.

The top five nominations were based on fan votes. A jury then picks the winner.

mStar was launched in 2005 and initially featured news and entertainment content.

It was later expanded to viral news content, breaking news and sensational entertainment.

KNKV Viral Award 2024 is an event to recognise influencers, content creators, viral platforms and top viral channels in Malaysia.

In total16 categories were contested, including Best National Influencer, Best National Content Creator and Best National Platform/Channel (Best National Viral Page/Channel).

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