Kink.com series planned for retail distribution include TS Seduction, Whipped Ass, FuckingMachines.com, WaterBondage.com and Wired Pussy. The company currently has more than 13 sites in a variety of fetish niches.
“The distribution agreement between Kink and Pulse will continue to strengthen the Kink brand with consumers,” Kink founder Peter Acworth said. “This allows our company to continue its expansion and serve both our existing fans along with new ones."
Pulse co-owner Mark Hamilton told XBIZ that the Kink series will follow the company's various fetish sites, including the recently launched Training of O, and the first Kink title will be released within the next two or three months.
"We have been in discussions for over a year," Hamilton said. "Once the general terms had been agreed to, we concluded the final agreement relatively quickly. We expect Kink to do very well. Their scenes typically feature first class performers in unique scenes."
Hamilton said that each Kink DVD typically will have three hours of top-quality material with special extras.
"Kink has a great brand and unique content," Hamilton said. "Adult stars love working in Kink.com shoots, and it shows in their performances."
Kink has recently been in the news for its controversial purchase of the famous San Francisco Armory building. The Armory is planned to serve as a new authentic backdrop for high quality productions, including an arena and dungeons.
Pulse Distribution is the largest exclusive distributor of adult studios in the world, with a roster that includes Falcon Studios, Vivid Video, Club Jenna, Penthouse and Red Light District.