Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) February 24, 2014
Launched in 2003 by Gawker Media, Fleshbot has long been the web’s favorite source for news and reviews from the world of adult entertainment. Over the past decade, the site has garnered attention for its smart take on sex, and has been profiled in such publications as Wired and The New Yorker.
"Fleshbot is a site we've followed for years and one that fits in nicely with our growth plan", said SK Intertainment COO Sam Rakowski. "We are excited to leverage our talent and resources to improve an already well-established product. Both readers and partners of the site can expect big improvements in the coming months."
Editor and publisher Lux Alptraum, who has owned Fleshbot since 2012, added, “After six years of working with Fleshbot, I’m excited to move on to new challenges. I know that SK Intertainment will take the site to brand new heights, and I’m thrilled to be leaving it in such capable hands.”
Alptraum will continue with Fleshbot as a contributing editor, as well as offer her consulting services to other companies with a focus on adult entertainment.
About SK Intertainment:
SK Intertainment was established in 1999 as the creative home for the renowned film-review website Mr Skin. As the owner and operator of one of the most trafficked websites online, SK Intertainment has remained on the forefront of web technology, expanding its reach with the development of internet standouts Mr Man, Mr. Skin Cash, Good Parts Media, CNDB, as well as managing online business operations for Naked News.
Fleshbot is the one-stop spot for the discerning adult content enthusiast. Launched in 2003, the site provides comprehensive and witty coverage of everything sexy that pop culture has to offer, attracting readers who want a fine-tuned filter for their filth. Fleshbot covers both the straight and gay scenes, making the site truly the best of all flesh.