Stripchat Celebrates Camming Survey Results

Stripchat Celebrates Camming Survey Results

LOS ANGELES — Stripchat has been named "Most-Loved Cam Site" for the second consecutive year in a survey of 700 active cam models that gathered data on their earnings and which platforms they prefer to use, conducted by

“History repeated itself this year,” enthused a Stripchat rep. “After winning this esteemed award in 2020, 2021 confirmed Stripchat remains the most-loved cam platform.”

Max Bennet, VP of Stripchat said, ”It is stunning that we’ve been able to help models earn a substantial income despite having this pandemic background chasing all of us for the past two years.”

“Our team is inspired to continue improving Stripchat for our outstanding performers, and we are elated to receive this love back from them,” Bennet continued. “We’re excited to win this award again as it makes us not only a ‘live,’ but also a ‘love’ cam platform."

Bennet added the company follows a course set five years ago by "doing the maximum to be the most flexible, user friendly and technology-forward platform available."

"We give our models tools not only to stream but to sell their content, create fan clubs, boost their passive income and diversify shows. Teamwork makes the dream work — we believe in it, and we stick to it," the VP concluded.

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