ePlay Joins SexWorkCEO as Premier Sponsor

LOS ANGELES — ePlay has joined SexWorkCEO (SWCEO) as a premier sponsor.

A free business resource and advocacy site for online sex workers, SWCEO was launched by veteran content creator and entrepreneur MelRose Michaels on International Sex Workers Day this past June.

"ePlay is extremely excited to support SexWorkCEO,” Co-Founder Andrew Hellner said. “We are both organizations that care deeply about helping those within the sex work community to not only level-up their business but thrive with empowering tools and learning opportunities. The sex work industry deserves the same attention to detail and strategy as any other industry."

"We are here to help streamers and content creators reach their full potential as entrepreneurs and brand owners," he added.

Michaels said she is "beyond proud to have the support of ePlay" behind SWCEO.

"As an inclusive platform that supports and welcomes adult content creators, as well as being founded by seasoned industry veterans, they're a perfect partner for our platform. ePlay is a notable example of a company that provides a safe haven for both NSFW creators and SFW personalities, and they're invested in championing sex workers. I'm heartened by their support, which enables us to continue offering vital tools and resources for free to sex workers around the world."

Visit SexWorkCEO.com and follow the platform on Twitter; find sponsorship details at MelRoseMichaels.com.

In related news, Michaels recently spoke to XBIZ about the formation of SWCEO; click here for that story.

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