New Detroit Start-Up “Strip-Arcade”

This March, entrepreneur Ken Cation will launch Strip-Arcade–a live webcam service where game developers can publish and get paid, and webcam models are rated based on how active (rather than attractive) they are.

Strip-Arcade is an interactive webcam service where users can play online Flash games with webcam models. Users join Strip-Arcade for free and pay to play games with the models, who earn 50%. If the user wins the game, the model will perform privately for him and he will tip her an agreed upon amount. Games are submitted by Flash developers, and Strip-Arcade is open to every game developer in the world to publish their games. Each time a game is played, the developer of that game earns 5%.

Strip-Arcade is open to male and female models of all shapes and sizes, as long as the model meets age restrictions (18 years old). Instead of the traditional webcam model categorization of “hot or not,” Strip-Arcade uses an automatic rating system which ranks models based on how active they are. Cation explained to me, “this will allow the model-base to grow more organically instead of simply filtering out the models that some players don’t find attractive. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, of course.”

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Jane Fader

Jane Fader received a Master’s degree from the Wayne State University Department of Communication, where she also completed her doctoral coursework in media studies and instructed courses in film, video production, and television criticism. She has written widely on the topics of sexuality and pornography, and produced an internationally awarded documentary about female ejaculation. Currently Jane does creative direction and marketing in the sexual wellness industry, instructs courses in Cultural Diversity and Information Literacy at IADT Detroit, and maintains her blog,