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OnlyFans launches free streaming service

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Onlyfans has launched its very own streaming service, with a twist. The new platform, named OFTV free streaming service will not include any sexually explicit material. Yes, you read that right, the streaming platform will be completely free but without any of the content that makes OnlyFans, well, OnlyFans.

OnlyFans was founded in 2016 and has reportedly paid more than $4.5 billion to creators. The company has over 130 million registered users, hosting 2 million creators worldwide.

The news comes right on time for the premiere of Season 2 of OnlyFans’ original content series Unlocked, in which host Casey Boonstra interviews creators participating in mini-adventures, offering viewers a peek into each creator’s behind-the-scenes life.

“From the onset of launching OnlyFans, we have been a creator-first platform to give creators further autonomy and power over their content, we’re all about giving creators more opportunities to get their content out there and more ways for our community to access it.”

said Tim Stokely, the OnlyFans Founder and CEO.

The free streaming platform plans to feature original content from more than 100 OnlyFans creators, including fitness, cooking, comedy, health, music, and more. OnlyFans has silently launched OFTV, offering a content library of over 800 videos earlier this year. Currently, OFTV creator channels include Cheri Fit, Yoga With Taz, and Tennis Class with Adi.

Access to uncensored OnlyFans accounts are available only on the web. To comply with OTT platforms’ guidelines, the OFTV service by necessity needed to not include any sexually explicit content. OFTV is free to view and available as an app for devices including Android, iOS, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon’s Fire TV, Android TV and Samsung Smart TVs.

The most popular personalities with OnlyFans pages include Bhad Bhabie, Cardi B, Jordyn Woods, Bella Thorne, Tyga, Amber Rose, Blac Chyna, Rubi Rose, Tana Mongeau and Trey Songz.

Source: Variety

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