LOS ANGELES — YanksCash has announced the launch of its first virtual reality paysite YanksVR.com.
YanksVR, a spokesperson for YanksCash said, “is the next giant evolution of the ever popular amateur adult paysite Yanks.com. Unlike past technology jumps, the jump to VR redefines the very nature of the site itself and allows the user to gently pass through the fourth wall and into the scene itself with their favorite Yanks Girls.”
Billie Miller, CEO of YanksCash, said, “VR is changing visual entertainment forever. Porn and its fans, as usual, will be early adopters. We have spent months perfecting our technology and shooting style so that our flavor of VR is on-brand and guaranteed to be a hit with our fans of almost 15 years.”
YanksVR will feature both monoscopic 360 and stereoscopic 180 3D solo girl and girl/girl videos and interviews. As with Yanks.com before it, a representative said, “YanksVR.com is 100 percent female-produced.”
“YanksVR is the premiere amateur adult VR paysite to promote and this early in the game, has little to no niche or style competition,” Miller said. “If you are promoting a virtual reality porn portfolio, it is not complete without YanksVR in it.”
Todd Spaits, CMO of YanksCash, said, “VR is the rebirth of premium adult content we have been waiting for. After the fallout 2008-‘09 brought to paysites, VR will offer the strong brands that weathered that downturn and the affiliates that push them a tremendous new opportunity. Because of the more intimate nature of VR, soft brands are well suited for the new medium. VR is more personal, and YanksVR is a perfect fit.”
According to YanksCash, “Long-time and new YanksCash affiliate marketers can now promote YanksVR.com and earn a 50 percent revenue share for life. Promotional tools, including custom creatives by request, are available as well as multiple payout options. As always, you can trust your payout to be on time and in full.”
YanksCash, the affiliate program which manages the adult brands Yanks, YanksVR and Clubstroke.net, was established in 2002.