YNOT Cammunity, billed as the only in-person adult webcam creator conference in North America, is set to take place in Los Angeles next week, from October 11-14, 2021.

The event, which is for adult camming industry and community members and not for fans, is set to take place at the W Hollywood Hotel, with advance tickets costing from $35.

Networking sessions will be held at the bash, which is being organized in conjunction with adult cam site [very NSFW] Chaturbate. Over 35 speakers are set to give talks and host sessions over its four days.

Speaker sessions include one titled ‘The Fight for Sex Worker Rights’, hosted by veteran cam performer Alana Evans. Other sessions include one on how performers can get noticed more on live cam sites, plus a session covering tips to increase your online following.

A session on protecting your content from scammers and thieves will feature attorney James Felton and Gino Sciretta, CEO of brand protestion company BranditScan.

On October 14, the final day of the event, the third annual YNOT Cam awards will take place, and will be streamed online. A separate ticket beyond a standard YNOT Cammunity pass will be required to attend the ceremony in-person.

The event marks another step forward for the adult events industry, after many such gatherings were forced online due to pandemic restrictions over the past 18 months.

Proof of full Covid-19 vaccination will be required for entry to the YNOT Cammunity event, and wearing masks will be required for its indoor activities, the organization says.

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