Type of site
|Owner||WGCZ S.R.O. (Xvideos.com)|
|Alexa rank||7,740 (July 2020[update])|
|Registration||Optional (previews only)|
|Launched||March 1, 2002|
Bang Bros is a pornographic film studio operating from Miami, Florida, USA. It was founded in 2000 by Kristopher Hinson while he was a student at the University of Florida. (He started Bangbus.com and later dropped out.) The network is now owned by WGCZ S.R.O. (owners of Xvideos.com), which purchased the network and its associated websites in 2017.
Bang Bros rose to prominence with its flagship sites Bangbus.com and Assparade.com. Along with multiple paysites, they also owned and operated the popular camming websites Camster.com and Naked.com, which were sold off in 2019.
BangBros.com, Inc. was sued by the U.S. government in June 2005 for violating the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Adult Labeling Rule and Federal CAN-SPAM Act. The company failed to follow the rule that requires commercial e-mailers of sexually explicit material to use the phrase "sexually explicit" in the subject line. The company settled the lawsuit for $650,000, and also agreed to allow its operations to be monitored to ensure future compliance.
- 2010 XBIZ Award: Gonzo series of the year: Big Tits Round Asses
- 2011 XBIZ Award: Studio Affiliate Program of the Year
- 2012 XBIZ Award: Amateur Release of the Year
- 2013 XBIZ Award Nominee: Studio of the Year
- 2013 XBIZ Award: Adult Site of the Year
- 2015 XBIZ Award: Gonzo Series of the Year: Bang Bus
- 2006 AVN Award: Best Amatur Release / BangBus 6
- 2006 AVN Award: Best Amateur Series / BangBus
- 2007 AVN Award: Best Amateur Release / BangBus 9
- 2008 AVN Award: Best Gonzo Series / BangBus
- 2009 AVN Award: Best Pro Am Series / BangBus
- 2010 AVN Award: Best Pro Am Release / BangBus 24
- 2010 AVN Award: Best Adult Website / BangBros.com
- 2014 AVN Award: Best Pro Am Series / BangBus
- 2016 AVN Award: Best Amateur / ProAm Series / BangBus
In the news
In 2019 Bang Bros completed the purchase of PornWikiLeaks.com. PornWikiLeaks.com was known for publishing the real names and information of actresses and actors within the pornography industry. When Bang Bros took control of the data and domain, they immediately destroyed and wiped all information associated with the site, which helped to protect associated workers in the pornography industry.
On September 15, 2019, Bang Bros made an offer to the Miami Heat to get the naming rights to the arena in which they play. The new name suggested was the Bang Bros Center, and while the Heat never officially turned it down, many news outlets picked up the story and it was debated in the press whether they should accept it or not.
On June 20, 2020, Bang Bros sent a legal cease and desist order to Mia Khalifa, who they allege has been making false and defamatory allegations about the company.  They also created the website FactsBeatFiction.com to set the record straight about the "false, deceptive, and misleading statements" made by the former pornstar. 
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