xHamster Reveals World Cup Porn Data

xHamster Reveals World Cup Porn Data

LOS ANGELES — xHamster has announced the results of an analysis of what it describes as “massive traffic changes” resulting from this year’s FIFA World Cup.

According to the company, the World Cup is now almost over and the competition has been heated and dramatic — maybe even more so off the field.

“Rather than take away people’s attention from porn, the World Cup seems to have stoked their desires — particularly in the Middle East and North Africa,” a company spokesperson explains. “Since the World Cup began, Morocco has seen a stunning 147.4 percent increase in traffic. Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Tunisia, and Egypt have all had an over 30 percent rise in traffic during the World Cup. Goal!”

But not every country gets aroused from kicking balls, however.

“The U.S., for instance, saw a 1.7 percent decrease in their porn habits during the World Cup. Maybe if they’d stayed longer, they’d have longer… staying power,” adds the spokesperson. “And Colombia preferred the action on the field to action on the laptop. They saw the biggest decrease of FIFA countries — traffic to xHamster from Colombia has dropped 7.7 percent. Other Latin American countries share the same preference — traffic from Costa Rica, Brazil, Portugal, Mexico, and Argentina all dropped over four percent.”

In addition, xHamster reports increased interest related to the World Cup.

“Users in Costa Rica couldn’t get enough ‘Russian’ porn during the series — searches in that country alone for the term have been up 68.1 percent. Croatia, on the other hand, saw a dramatic decrease in ‘Russian’ searches during the World Cup by -28.2 percent. Could competition hurt erections?” the spokesperson says. “The United States also saw its searches for ‘Russian’ decrease — 7.1 percent — but that could be as much political as it is athletic.”

The company notes other top searches in the U.S. remained unchanged — “mom,” “wife” and “massage” still head the list. No word yet on “apple pie.”

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