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July 25, 2016

GameLink Sponsoring 4th Annual Traffic Jam

SAN FRANCISCO—GameLink.com has signed on as a sponsor for Traffic Jam 2016, the fourth annual virtual reality technology event in San Francisco. The conference takes place 7-10 p.m. July 28 at Kink.com’s UpperFloor, 1800 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94103. Traffic Jam 2016 is set to draw a rising crowd as adult companies, performers, techies and other industry members plan to gather for the event. Jeff Dillon, vice president of business development for eLine, parent company of GameLink, will serve as host along with Matt Slusarenko, director of marketing and business development at Cybernet Entertainment, parent company of Kink.com. “I am extremely excited to announce the 4th annual Traffic Jam conference,” Dillon said. “It is one of the best industry gatherings of the year because of the location in San Francisco, near Silicon Valley, which draws a lot of renowned tech companies.” The conference will discuss the fast-growing virtual reality segment as well as content production, improving online traffic and more. Sponsorship opportunities for this upcoming event are still available. For more information, including guest list inquiries and more, email jeff@gamelink.com.  GameLink recently launched the first Virtual Reality porn aggregate site, providing users the ability to view immersive, VR content via Video on Demand or streaming on its site for the first time. The new site features a variety of popular content ranging from girl/girl, boy/girl, MILF and teens to fetish and BDSM-themed movies from such studios as VR pioneer studio BaDoink, as well as Kink and HoloGirlsVR.  Reporting media interested in attending Traffic Jam may contact PR@Gamelink.com for reservations.

 
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