3rd Annual Live Cam Awards Voting Begins
Voting has started for the 3rd Annual Live Cam Awards. Websites, pleasure products, businesspeople, performers, events, studios and service providers will compete with one another in 36 categories. Fans and industry members may vote until February 28. In the event BongaCams was nomineed.
The Live Cam Awards started in March 2015. Established by veteran cam model Alexandra Georgia, the Live Cam Awards is the first event of its kind to be dedicated to the cam industry. According to Alexandra, she wants to give something back to the industry. Alexandra wants models to embrace their fame, shine and receive the credit they deserve. Bongacams has also participated in the event.
Cam models are becoming more popular and live cam sites are trying to offer the best services to their models and customers. Webcam affiliate programs are also offering webmasters higher revenues and better tools and payment processors are providing faster and more reliable payment methods. Live Cam Awards was created as a response to the growing relations between live cam companies and individuals and the increasing demand for acknowledgment of those exceptional companies and individuals in the cam business. The event aims to show appreciation for those who work in the industry.
The Live Cam Awards will be held on the 5th of March, 2017 during The European Summit’s Spring Show at the Spanish mansion Finca Mas Solers in Sitges, Spain. This year’s co-host will be Brad Mitchell, Chief Executive Officer of MojoHost.
The event will be sponsored by iFriends, Studio Alba, ImLive, Flirt4Free, StripChat, DivaTraffic, Live Cams Mansion, Glam Chat Studio, Feet4Cash, Chaturbate, LALexpo, Studio20, XloveCam, BongaCams, Rich Girls Studio and Charm Group.