LiveJasmin Kicks Off 'Top Models' Contest With Over $250K in Prizes

LiveJasmin Kicks Off 'Top Models' Contest With Over $250K in Prizes

LOS ANGELES — LiveJasmin has launched its 'Top Models' contest, offering over $250,000 in prizes to participating models with the most points accrued through Dec. 31.

"Points are collected when members spend credits on models’ content, whether they are online or offline, so the more content the better," said a rep. "However, being active and engaging on LiveJasmin’s exclusive features such as Private Chat, Videocalls and Messaging will generate more chances for the models to convert credits into points for the contest."

Chief Product Officer Zsolt Theiss-Balazs touted the benefits models can accrue by competing.

"LiveJasmin’s popular contests draw more attention and traffic to the models, gathering several hundred winning models to give them opportunities to grow," he said. "We are establishing a new tradition of the yearly Top Model contest from this year onwards, offering incredible prizes to the winners. We are proud to work with some of the best models in the industry and this contest will leverage their ongoing efforts."

The model with the most points at the end of the year will win the top prize, $100,000 cash. Second place wins a high-end car worth $30,000 and third place wins a $10,000 luxury vacation. The top 20 models will all receive an all-inclusive trip to Ibiza, Spain. Additionally, 10 randomly selected models in the top 100 will win $5,000 luxury brand gift cards.

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