Performer Contingency Plan for Coronavirus Created by FanCentro

In response to concerns about the coronavirus epidemic, FanCentro has created a contingency plan for adult performers who might be affected by travel bans or other limitations that could potentially be put into place.

“This is a unique  situation for all of us, and we are aware that there may yet be implications that have not been considered,” said Vice President of Marketing Kat Revenga. “We ask that influencers and other adult performers that are affected contact FanCentro via social media or otherwise keep us informed.”

In the wake of recent reports about the spreading coronavirus, FanCentro released a preemptive contingency plan in the case of a WHO-certified pandemic which could cause major disruptions to the production of adult entertainment and, most importantly, to the livelihood of adult performers.

“FanCentro will always be a performer-powered and performer-centered organization,” added Revenga. “We are hoping that the livelihood of performers is not adversely affected by the novel coronavirus, but should it be, we are eager to understand any ways we can help.”

For studio performers who are unable to work or are concerned about future work, FanCentro has created an expedited on-boarding process, which will not only help performers get an account quickly set up and approved, but will allow them to work directly with a FanCentro representative to answer any startup questions they may have. This option can provide crucial  income in the event of shooting cancellations or other disruptions in their work schedule. Further to that, FanCentro will also give these performers an extra 5 percent payout for the first three months.

For new and existing FanCentro influencers whose work has been impacted by travel bans, cancelled shoots, or other secondary effects of the virus, FanCentro will work  to increase the exposure of influencers’ content through social media promotions, mailers and on-site promotion. Such promotion will not include any language about COVID-19 so as not to be stigmatizing or revealing.

Performers who find any of the above applies can contact FanCentro at [email protected]