LoyalFans Nabs 2 XBIZ Awards Noms

LOS ANGELES — LoyalFans has been nominated for two 2023 XBIZ Awards — “Creator Platform Company of the Year” and “Creator Platform/Site of the Year.”
 
“We at LoyalFans are so proud to have not one but two nominations at the 2023 XBIZ Awards,” LoyalFans co-founder Neil said. “The credit for the company comes from an amazing team that has been built up over the past few years. Providing the best service possible to all the amazing creators and fans is a great pleasure for all of us at LoyalFans.”    
 
“To be nominated as ‘Creator Platform/Site of the Year’ is really a huge honor,” Neil added. “Our team works non-stop to make sure we continue to add amazing features that both fans and creators use in order to have the best experience possible. We pride ourselves on being the all-in-one fan platform of choice by so many creators. It's all about being of service to everyone and making sure we remain transparent and all-inclusive.”  

The 2023 XBIZ Awards will crown the best-of-the-best in adult Sunday, Jan. 15 at the historic Hollywood Palladium; in keeping with tradition, select award categories under Web & Technology, Pleasure Products and Retail will be presented as part of the annual XBIZ Honors ceremonies.

Voting is now open.

More information about Loyalfans can be found online and Twitter.


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