- Greater than 3 million content material creators at the moment are signed as much as subscription-based platform OnlyFans.
- CEO Ami Gan stated it is recognized Latin America and Australia as future progress markets.
- Gan stated there’d been a “enormous uptick” in creators becoming a member of final yr, with the full up virtually 40%.
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The variety of creators signed as much as OnlyFans surged by about 40% final yr, bringing the full to greater than 3 million for the subscription platform that principally options grownup content material.
“We have observed an enormous uptick in creators in addition to followers becoming a member of the platform and we attribute that to OnlyFans could be very a lot a worldwide enterprise, we’re in over 100 nations,” CEO Ami Gan advised the Net Summit in Rio de Janeiro final week.
The corporate is now setting its sights on Latin America and Australia to additional improve its numbers.
“We’re progress for the enterprise and Latin America is a large a part of that,” Gan stated. “We’re seeing Latin America is an enormous progress area for us and see that chance for creators to get publicity to a worldwide viewers.”
Gan stated OnlyFans, which had revenues of near $1 billion in 2021, has additionally recognized Australia and a few components of Europe as progress areas too.
The proprietor of OnlyFans, Leo Radvinsky, has made greater than $500 million from the platform since 2020. He took management of its dad or mum firm, Fenix Worldwide, in 2018 for an undisclosed quantity two years after it was based by British entrepreneur Tim Stokely.
Gan, who joined the corporate in 2020, had been chief advertising and marketing officer earlier than she was tapped as CEO in late 2021 when Stokely offered his stake and stepped down.