CamCon 2016 Sells Out in Record Time

CamCon 2016 Sells Out in Record Time

MIAMI — CamCon 2016, the camming industry's top trade show, has set a new attendance record, selling out weeks in advance of the B2B and fan event taking place May 31 to June 3, 2016 at SLS South Beach in Miami, Florida.

Interest in the expo, now in its third year, has hit an all-time high: cam work is currently a major attraction of internet entertainment and a significant growth industry where fans can interact in real-time with their favorite models. This delivers a level of interactivity not typically found in DVD and subscription-based offerings. 

"CamCon encourages a strong networking system of our growing community, which in turns brings more energy and excitement to the industry as a whole," said Clinton Cox, co-founder and organizer of CamCon, who adds that live content businesses, performers and camming devotees recognize CamCon's importance as a central gathering place for this rapidly-growing industry.

The convention will feature over 150 cam entertainers, social media stars and the top companies in the industry, such as LiveJasmin, FreeWebCams, Chaturbate, Naked, Camster, ModelCentro, Vuier and many more. They will be exhibiting alongside card payment processing, hardware and software providers and web advertisers, seeking to network with new talent and up-and-coming businesses within the camming industry.

"Camming is still in its infancy with an endless future of opportunities," Cox said. "And, business in this booming industry needed CamCon, which delivers a platform to integrate and network alongside the performers, fans and the industry.”

The new CamCon 2016 event dates will coincide with XBIZ's summer show at SLS to ensure maximum efficiency for those looking to get as much out of their conference time in Miami as possible. Tickets are $125 per day, $225 for two days, plus seminars (18 and over only). SLS South Beach is located at 1701 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach, Florida 33139. For more information, visit CamCon.com.

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