The L.A.-based company that operates short-form social video platform Triller is launching a subscription service for live events.

"TrillerPass" will cost $29.99 per month or $299.95 per year and include live footage from Triller Fight Club (boxing), TrillerFest (concerts), Verzuz (rap battles) and BIG3 (basketball).

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About three and a half months after Universal Music Group pulled its extensive catalog from Triller amid a licensing negotiation spat, the two sides have reached a new agreement, the companies announced Thursday.

Triller users will now once again have access to UMG's catalog and roster of artists, including Drake, Post Malone, Arianna Grande, Selena Gomez, Eminem and hundreds of others that had previously been pulled from the short-form video app.

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