November 20, 2019 – With Thanksgiving fast approaching, CamSoda is lending a helping hand and offering people the opportunity to live stream their Thanksgiving dinner for the world to see. In return for people broadcasting their dinnertime shenanigans – stuffing their faces with turkey and mashed potatoes – the adult entertainment camming platform will pay for their dinner (up to $250). Now, not only do adults get to join in on the live streaming craze and get a free meal from it, but those who are lonely this holiday can now enjoy the company of others from afar with the quick click of a button. CamSoda will create a brand new category on the site specifically for Thanksgiving dinner broadcasts.
CamSoda is known for its voyeuristic offerings and this announcement marks the company’s continued foray into live streaming. In 2017, CamSoda entered into the live streaming arms race – joining Facebook, Instagram and Twitter - with the launch of “LifeStream,” a program that allows people to broadcast their candid lives – not necessarily sexual – and be compensated for it. In return for their participation in LifeStream, participants receive one to three high-definition 720P webcams that are placed in different rooms in their home and broadcast 24/7. For those participating in the program, CamSoda will provide the above-mentioned webcams for free, pay them $200 per month, and pay for their monthly Internet bill.
“Here at CamSoda, we are lending a helping hand this Thanksgiving. We want everybody to have a place to go and enjoy the holiday. We know how crazy Thanksgiving dinners can be. Everyone comes together to celebrate and enjoy the company of family and friends. Of course, whenever you have so many people gathered at one dinner table - the drunk uncle, the insecure cook, the nosy aunt and that one random cousin, among others - things can escalate quickly and make for entertaining content. That’s why we want to extend an offer to our fans to live stream their family dinner for the world to see in return for us paying for their meal (up to $250),” said Daryn Parker, VP, CamSoda. “We think there is a healthy appetite for this type of voyeurism. People enjoy watching the antics of others - as evidenced by the popularity of video content on social platforms like Instagram and TikTok and on our main Voyeur Cams page. We’re excited for our fans to broadcast their Thanksgiving dinner and/or tune in to one. Sit down, join the party and buckle up and prepare for anything.”
To setup your Thanksgiving webcam please email