March 25, 2020 – As bars, clubs and arenas around the country indefinitely close doors to stop people from gathering and spreading the Coronavirus, CamSoda, a leading adult entertainment webcam platform, announced the launch of Camsodalive, a new, free service that allows lifestyle and entertainment businesses to broadcast and monetize content for free. To launch, the company will broadcast a comedy show on 8PM from Stand Up NY, a leading New York City comedy club that has featured comic legends like Aziz Ansari, Chris Rock, Hannibal Burress, and many others. The show will start at 8pm and will feature Alia Janine, Dante Nero and Sherrod Small. It can be accessed at Camsoda.com/standupny (nsfw) and will cost $5 for users. “Coronavirus has left much of the U.S. stuck inside. This has not only taken a toll on people’s sanity, but it’s had – and will continue to have – a terrible impact on businesses, especially those in the entertainment space, who have been forced to shut their doors,” said Daryn Parker, VP, CamSoda. “In an effort to provide consumers with some top-of-line entertainment remotely, and to enable businesses to earn money, we’re leveraging our technology that allows adult entertainers to broadcast to millions annually and launching Camsodalive.”
Non-Adult entertainers can broadcast with a phone or any computer with a webcam. Camsoda users can tip or buy tickets to exclusive portions of the show. The businesses choose the rates and will also be able to interact with users in chat room. To help drum up participation, CamSoda will also help promote live streams on its site and social channels. Companies interested in using Camsodalive, should reach out to .