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LOS ANGELES — SVAKOM’s Siren has been named a nominee in the Innovative Sex Toy of The Year - Design category of the 2020 XBIZ Awards.
Nominees for the 2020 XBIZ Awards were selected based on more than 8,000 pre-nomination entries submitted by members of the adult industry via XBIZ.net.
We are indeed thrilled and proud to be nominated for this significant award. Siren has been a hot sale since the very first time we launched it. Its innovative design combines 2 built-in strong vibrating motors, specially designed double tongues, and a soft rounded head that provides users an unforgettable multiple orgasm experience.We are proud to say that SVAKOM products have always been focused on providing our users with a high quality sexual lifestyle.
A star-studded red carpet affair that hosts a who’s who from the business of pleasure, the XBIZ Awards is the adult industry’s biggest night and the most prestigious symbol of success. The event recognizes outstanding achievements across every facet of the multibillion-dollar business, spanning movie production, technology, pleasure products and retail.
Since its inception, the event has been hosted by the biggest stars from the world of adult entertainment and garnered international media coverage from renowned outlets such as the L.A. Times, CNBC, TIME, Cosmopolitan, New York Magazine and Huffington Post, among others.
The XBIZ Awards is the capstone of the annual XBIZ Show in Los Angeles, which unites all segments of adult for boundless business opportunities.
XBIZ is the leading source for adult industry news and information, providing up-to-the-minute coverage at XBIZ.com and in two monthly publications — XBIZ World for the digital media market and XBIZ Premiere for the retail market. In addition, XBIZ hosts a series of annual events including the adult industry’s biggest night, the XBIZ Awards. XBIZ is frequently cited in the media for coverage of the industry and has been published in New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, Fox News, Forbes, Newsweek, MSNBC, Wired, CNET, ABC, USA Today and Los Angeles Times, among others.