SinsVR stops accepting new users ahead of full shutdown

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SinsVR Closing Down

With VR porn a mainstay of the adult industry now, it’s inevitable that not every site is going to make the cut.

And so it is with SinsVR, the girl-on-girl specialist 5K virtual reality site, which has now closed its doors to new subscribers.

According to an email sent round to advertisers and affiliates, the site will remain online for as long as there are active subscriptions, but with no further content being uploaded.

As far as we can see, the option to join the site has been removed and we suspect that subscribers won’t get an option to renew either, suggesting its time can be measured in months, at most.

We’ve been trying to find out why the decision has been taken, but there’s been no explanation forthcoming so far. The company says that affiliates should repoint their links to one of the company’s sister sites (which include VRConk, RealJamVR and SexBabesVR) and that SinsVR will eventually be taken offline.

This is just one example of the somewhat transient nature, including of the industry, right now. New tech comes and new tech goes, and not every service or device will make it. We’re just glad that in this particular case, SinsVR is respecting its subscribers enough not to just close down entirely overnight.

We’d suspect that, in actual fact, once it’s clear that the site is dormant, someone will come swooping in to buy it, so there’s every chance that we’ll see the site (or content) reappear at some later date.

That’s exactly what happened with KinkVR, which disappeared into the ‘legacy content-only’ vortex, only to reemerge, thanks to a deal with BaDoinkVR.

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