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GameLink will aggregate VR porn content in one site

GameLink aggregates porn in one site.


Virtual reality and porn have proven once again that technology and sex go hand-in-hand. And GameLink says there is now so much VR porn content out there that users need its service as an aggregation site.

GameLink.com is launching what it claims to be the first VR porn aggregation site to provide users with access to immersive porn on a single site, via video on demand or streaming on its site.

“Enough studios are now producing VR porn content that the time has come for GameLink to move forward as the first aggregate for consumers desiring the VR experience. This new technology is revolutionizing the entertainment industry, and GameLink is on the forefront once again,” said Jeff Dillon, the vice president of business development for eLine management company, whose clients include GameLink.com, in a statement.

GameLink has also created a VR Porn 101 guide.

“Thanks to partnerships with several VR studios, we’re offering customers the unique ability to watch a wide range of movies from the top VR producers,” added Dillon. “GameLink VR will continue to grow and maintain the largest VR porn library available.”

GameLink is giving away a VR entry-level viewer with customer’s first purchase of a VR movie on its site. GameLink VR will not require membership fees for its content, which is a departure from the model currently being used by each individual VR porn studio on their websites. Moreover, porn fans will be able to access VR movies by using their mobile phones and desktop computers equipped with Oculus and other plug-in headsets.

“The studio sites are great for loyal consumers who love their content and want unlimited access,” said Dillon. “Where GameLink VR comes into play is for those who want to test the waters and pay per scene, or for those who value variety.”

GameLink was founded in San Francisco in 1993 as one of the first online adult stores. It has maintained distribution agreements with all major U.S. adult content providers, with porn available on formats such as video on demand, adult pay-per-minute, mobile platforms, PC download, DVDs, and Blu-ray.

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