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MFC was launched in 2004,[1][2] and by 2010 was described by industry group XBIZ as "one of the world's largest adult webcam communities."[3] It was reported as having more than 100,000 models and more than five million members.[3] CNBC reported the opinion of an adult industry talent agent that models on the site can make "between $75,000 and $100,000 per month,"[4] leading some established porn stars into becoming webcam models.[4] In 2014 it was reported to be "the 344th most visited site on the internet."[2]


MFC is used mostly by amateur webcam models, or camgirls, who earn money for their performances on the site.[5] Customers of the site can purchase virtual tokens, which can be used to tip performers or watch private shows.[6] Customers can use text based live chat to talk to each other or in each performer's channel. The performers use a webcam and microphone to broadcast live video and audio to their channel. Both members and performers can send private messages and mail to each other.[7]

The top 100 earning performers each month receive additional cash prizes and recognition in the Miss MyFreeCams competition.[8]

The website does impose some restrictions on the activities performed by models on cam. For example, in February 2015 webcam model Kendra Sunderland, who had been charged with a misdemeanor for broadcasting an MFC show from a public library at the Oregon State University, was "banned from MyFreeCams for violating their guidelines and filming in a public place."[9] Although no police charges were laid, the site also banned a user who engaged in similar activity at branches of the Windsor Public Library over a three-month period.[10]

One commenting author wrote of the web site:

Industry recognition[edit]

The XBIZ Award for Live Cam Site of the Year was awarded to MFC in 2011, 2012, and 2013.[12] It was additionally named one of the top 50 Industry Newsmakers of 2011 by XBIZ,[13] and has been nominated for numerous awards.[14] has sponsored many industry trade shows including XFANZ,[15] AVN,[16] and XBIZ.[17]


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