Flirt4Free Rolls Out, Offers Private Beta

Jan 7, 2016 12:58 PM PST

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. — Leading live cam provider Flirt4Free has announced the private beta of its new voyeur cams site,, which offers an innovative viewer-based revenue model to performers, studios and affiliates.

According to the company, targets the voyeur market by featuring hidden cams that offer a candid view into the lives and homes of performers. This is a free site for customers that will add a fresh dimension to the cams industry, which is largely dependent on private shows and tips, giving all performers a new way to reach fans.

Over the last few months, has been working closely with performers and studios in the webcam industry to build a new product that allows them to maximize their income with voyeur video streams, developing this new platform that features a simple setup process and offers an engaging user experience for customers.

“We’ve had numerous performers and studios come to us over the years looking for a way to increase their exposure and revenue opportunities when not online,” explains Flirt4Free’s Vice President, Brad Estes. “With we are creating a new niche in the cam market that can easily extend the earning potential of all webcam performers.” allows performers to set up cameras at their own discretion and to manage which cameras are streaming and when. Vanity URLs will be made available to each performer, which can be promoted on social media, and traffic will be driven back to each performer’s webcam room when they are performing online. The development team has also focused on making the setup and management process as user friendly as possible with the goal of ensuring that all performers will be able to take advantage of these additional revenue opportunities.

“We are always looking for new and innovative ways to meet the demand of the market and offer performers alternative revenue streams,” says Flirt4Free President Gregory Clayman. “We are confident that will be one of those ways.”

Based on a sophisticated ad model, streamers will earn money based on the popularity of their streams. Currently in a private beta, performers and studios are being offered the opportunity to be among the first to use the platform.

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