Studio 20 wins Best European Cam Studio

Los Angeles, CA – The stars shined bright on the red carpet in the J.W. Marriot Hotel in Los Angeles, CA on the night of the XBIZ Awards 2018 but they seemed to lose their shine when the #girlsfromstudio20 walked in.

Wearing beautiful dresses, looking like real life dolls, the girls owned the red carpet as if they were born to do it.

At the end of the night, on the big screen in the Events Hall in the hotel there was one name that shined brighter than every other:  Studio20 – Best European Cam Studio.

The long awaited, much worked for award and recognition went yet again, for the second year in a row to Studio20.

“Winning in Los Angeles at this amazing event means a lot for me and for all our teams around the world. We work very hard and always try to change the game and come up with new and innovative ideas to keep our status as the best cam studio. 2017 has been a very competitive year, we’ve opened new franchises, improved our training program, hired more models and got the Gold Certificate from our partners, LiveJasmin, who we are proud and honored to work with. This award is for our non stop dedication to excellence and we promise to keep succeeding together.” Said Muguur Frunzetti, Studio20’s CEO.

The studio award is not the only one Studio20 brings to Romania, but also the Marketing Executive of the Year award, won by Andra Chirnogeanu, head of Marketing and PR for the live cam franchise, won at the XBIZ Executive Awards Gala on January 16th.

“This award means a lot for me personally and professionally and I’m overjoyed for winning it. I was in the same category with people I look up to since the first day I started working for Studio20 and to have that recognition is the biggest thing ever.” Said Chirnogeanu



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