Here's this week's top viral videos for brands across YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. Lots of risk takers this week with skydiving records being broken, new technology and a plight to stop bullying.
1. Winner Stays
The latest part of Nike’s Risk Everything campaign, Winner Stays, reaches first place in this week's viral video chart. Starring Ronaldo, Neymar and Rooney, Kobe Bryant, Jon Jones, Anderson Silva, Irina Shayk and The Incredible Hulk, Nike gains 42,395,933 views up to 12 March, plus 22,569 tweets and 137,183 Facebook interactions.
2. Neymar Jr. v Ken Block
It's the ultimate face off from Castrol with 2014 FIFA World Cup star Neymar Jr. & versus Gymkhana king Ken Block in his rally car. But who wins? It keeps us guessing and gets 13,929,166 Youtube views, 1,417 tweets, 64,500 Facebook likes.
3. Burj Khalifa Pinnacle Base Jump
For the adrenaline junkie, in at three is the skydive from Dubai, Vince Reffet and Fred Fugen jump of the world's tallest building in a bid to break a new world record. 10189143 Youtube views, 2,082 tweets, 37,209 Facebook likes.
4. Who let her behind the wheel?
This is seriously weird from Subaru. Racking up 10,189,143 Youtube views, 2,082 tweets, 37,209 likes
5. Have the Homeless Become Invisible?
New York Rescue Mission make us look twice and gets 2,007,259 views, 1,198 tweets, 18,550 Facebooks.
6. First 'self-cleaning' car
We can't get enough of this gimmick from Nissan Europe. Latest scores 3,126,223 views, 1,316 tweets, 12,238 Facebook likes.
7. Announcing Nintendo
Gaming fans get hooked on Nintendo's video this week, gaining 437,593 views, 4,035 tweets, 4,978 Facebook likes.
Apple hits 1,587,648 YouTubers, 760 tweets and gets 7,366 Facebook likes with its latest ad for the iPhone 5s.
9. "I will survive"
VH1 / delcamponazcasaatchi raises the voice to stop bullying and comes in at nine with this week. Racking up 1,062,135 Youtube views, 612 Twitter hits and 6,563 Facebook likes.
10. Best NBA Video Bombs from the 2013-2014 Season
The best and the worst in commentating from NBA gets 1,103,608 YouTube views, 127 tweets, 2,374 Facebook likes.
Please note rankings are based on combined Youtube, Facebook and Twitter shares.
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