Gamma Entertainment Signs On as ASACP Corporate Sponsor

LOS ANGELES — The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection has announced that Gamma Entertainment has become its most recent corporate sponsor.

According to the company, Gamma Entertainment was launched in 1996, and has since grown from a single website to become one of the largest companies in the adult entertainment industry.

Based in Montreal with offices in San Francisco and Los Angeles, Gamma operates, through various partnerships, adult brands such as Fame Dollars, Next Door Buddy Profits, PornicationCash, and Porn Access.

“Gamma’s corporate sponsorship is a clear indicator of the growth and strength of this top notch company,” ASACP’s Executive Director Tim Henning states. “With a long history of supporting the association, Gamma has taken the next step towards cementing its role as an industry leader, while enabling ASACP to continue its mission of keeping children out of and away from adult entertainment.”

Gamma also specializes in bringing e-commerce technology, marketing and advertising solutions to some of the biggest names in the adult industry, including Tera Patrick, Rocco Siffredi, Peter North, and brands such as Evil Angel, COLT Studio Group, Hot House and Falcon Studios.

“We are committed to upholding the integrity and dedication of the ASACP through this sponsorship, as well as advocating Gamma’s own zero tolerance policy on child abuse,” said Karl Bernard, Gamma’s president. “Consolidation within the adult entertainment industry is leaving fewer but larger companies in its wake. As such, it’s vitally important that these powerhouse players set an example of corporate responsibility and support for ASACP and its ongoing work.”

For more information, contact tim@asacp.org.

Related:  

Copyright © 2024 Adnet Media. All Rights Reserved. XBIZ is a trademark of Adnet Media.
Reproduction in whole or in part in any form or medium without express written permission is prohibited.

More News

Pineapple Support Taps Demora Avarice as Brand Ambassador

Pineapple Support has named content creator Demora Avarice as its latest brand ambassador.

ChickPass Launches Affiliate Program 'ChickPass Cash'

ChickPass has debuted its new ChickPass Cash affiliate program, in partnership with Too Much Media.

Elevated X Adds BlueCheck AVS Support to Web Management Software

Elevated X has added support for BlueCheck.me for age verification services (AVS) to its website management software.

Texas Pastor Who Declared 'Spiritual War' Against Porn Resigns Over Molestation Allegation

Texas evangelical pastor Robert Morris, who in 2022 had vowed to wage “spiritual war” against material he considered pornographic, resigned this week to the post of senior pastor at the megachurch he had founded after the church’s board of elders reviewed allegations that he had molested a parishioner starting in 1982, when she was 12.

AEBN Publishes Popular Searches by Country for April, May

AEBN has released the popular searches from its straight and gay theaters in more than three dozen countries during April and May.

KOSA Sponsors Praise Surgeon General's Endorsement of Mental Health Labeling for Websites

The main sponsors of the controversial Kids Online Safety Act (KOSA) bill this week urged fellow lawmakers to fast-track the bill, after the surgeon general called on Congress to mandate “mental health warnings” on social media platforms.

Utherverse to Launch Functional NFTs in Virtual 'Big Reveal' Event

Utherverse will officially debut its functional non-fungible tokens (fNFTs) with a virtual party within its metaverse on Thursday.

AdultPrime Debuts AI Image Generator

AdultPrime.com has introduced a new AI image-generation feature for its members.

2025 XBIZ Show Set for Jan. 13-16

XBIZ is pleased to announce that the 2025 edition of its flagship conference, the XBIZ Show, will take place Jan. 13-16 at the Kimpton Everly Hotel in Hollywood.

X's Porn-Recognition AI Survives Illinois' Biometric Privacy Law Challenge

A lawsuit filed under Illinois’ unusual state law regulating biometric data collection has taken aim at an AI program used by X since 2015 to identify nudity and NSFW images.

Show More