Over the past year, the number of YouTubers who subscribe to OnlyF has climbed by around 40%, increasing the platform’s overall subscriber count to more than 3 million.
“We’ve seen a huge increase in the number of creators and fans joining the platform, and we attribute this to the fact that OnlyF is a very global company, with our presence in over 100 countries,” CEO Ami Gan stated at Rio Network. In De Janeiro, the summit announced last week.
To boost its customer base even more, the company is currently focusing on Australia and Latin America.
Latin America is important in helping the company thrive, according to Gan. “We see Latin America as a huge growth region for us and as an opportunity for creators to present themselves to a global audience.”
According to Gan, OnlyF might reach $1 billion in sales in 2021. He also named Australia and some of Europe as potential growth regions.
Leo Radvinsky, owner of OnlyF, has profited more than $500 million from the website since 2020. Two years after British businessman Tim Stokely formed its parent company, Fenix International, he acquired ownership of it for an unknown sum in 2018.
Before being named CEO in late 2021, when Stokely sold his stock and quit, Gan joined the company in 2020 and served as its chief marketing officer.