LiveUnicorns Celebrates 2022 Live Cam Awards Wins

BARCELONA — The LiveUnicorns team is celebrating multiple wins from the 2022 Live Cam Awards.

LiveUnicorns specifically won in the category of “Best Emerging Platform of the Year," marking its first industry awards following a 2021 launch, while performers close to the platform also earned recognition.

Sabien DeMonia earned “Live Cam Celebrity of the Year” and LittleRedBunny, who is LiveUnicorns’ community director and senior industry advisor, won “Best Live Cam Model Brand.”

“This was a wonderful moment for us as we have a lot of ambition as a company and this early success shows we are going in the right direction,” Executive Model Liaison Tati Z said. “We want to thank Alexandra [Georgia] for creating and hosting this wonderful event and everyone who voted for us. Hopefully this is just the first of many awards and recognitions we will earn going forward.”

During the eighth annual event, performer JustViolet additionally received the "Golden Unicorn Award" from LiveUnicorns for her "hard work, charisma, dedication and overall support of the company."

A full list of winners can be found here; follow LiveUnicorns online and on Twitter.

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