BelAmiOnline Unveils Their New Look and Content for Consumers
By: Michael “The Sizzler”, Staff Writer
CZECH REPUBLIC – Gay porn label BelAmi Entertainment has unveiled a fresh new look for its flagship website, BelAmiOnline.
Their brand new face-lift added a sleek new design that provides easier access to all the site has to offer: gay porn videos, model biographies, BelAmi photosets, documentaries and exciting behind-the-scenes content. “BelAmiOnline’s library is one of the largest catalogs of all-male adult content on the Internet,” the studio’s publicist said. “Content is updated seven days a week with models and scenes that only BelAmi can deliver.”
New for the fall-winter season is a collection of premium content never before seen on the website. Formerly known for its European flair, BelAmi recently began shooting American models and signed Brady Jensen as its first American exclusive.
BelAmiOnline plans to feature new scenes starring an American model every month for the rest of the year.
In addition, a spokesman said the studio is close to signing a second American to an exclusive performance contract.
Also new each month: continuing episodes in BelAmiOnline’s reality program, Back to Africa. New episodes will debut on the website during the last week of each month, documenting the trials, tribulations and trysts of six BelAmi models as they pursued English language proficiency in Cape Town. All the material was filmed by the boys themselves, providing an intensely personal look behind the scenes. BelAmi’s infamous Peters twins, often credited with kick-starting a “gay porn twins” trend in the industry, are back this fall with a three-way scene.
“This new scene proves that the public’s interest in these two has not lessoned one bit,” BelAmi Entertainment’s publicity department…they continued.. “It was an instant hit when it was released at BelAmiOnline days ago.” BelAmiOnline’s affiliate program, BelAmiCash, pays 50-percent recurring revenue share on membership sales, 30 percent of video-on-demand sales and 20 percent on sales of physical product.