Streamate Sponsors Virtual XBIZ Miami, Offers New Model Promo

Streamate Sponsors Virtual XBIZ Miami, Offers New Model Promo

LOS ANGELES — Streamate will sponsor next week's first-ever virtual XBIZ Miami conference and offer a promotion for new models during the show from August 24 to 27.

The company will sponsor the "Mix & Meet Mega Market" on Tuesday, August 25, at 1 p.m. (PDT). "Streamate proudly returns to XBIZ Miami, this time virtually, to connect with affiliates, models and prospective new business partners," a rep said.

In addition, the company is extending a special offer to new North American performers on the platform.

"Streamate will match weekly earnings by 10% through September 26," explained the rep. "For example, if a model earns $500 in their first week, Streamate would pay an additional $50. If they earned $700 their second week, we’d apply a $70 bonus to their earnings, and so forth. The offer applies to new independent models who have never tried Streamate, are based in North America and attending XBIZ Miami. The staff will verify this information. Models must sign up for a new account between August 24 and August 27 and be a registered attendee of virtual XBIZ Miami. The 10% bonus will be paid on earnings generated from August 24 to September 26, 2020. Streamate representatives will be in the virtual booth daily from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. (PDT)."

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In addition, Streamate Marketing Director Liz Rekevics, an industry veteran and model mentor, will appear on the "Ask an Exec" panel Tuesday, August 25, at 3 p.m. (PDT).

Click here to register for virtual XBIZ Miami. Find Streamate on Twitter for the latest updates.

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