Private Chat: $4.79-$7.99/min (Approx)
Summary: Camplace features a small selection of models and an outdated interface. The ads can be intrusive, and most features require you to purchase tokens.
Camplace.com is an established cam site, registered in May, 2013 by Praestone Services, Ltd. The site is registered out of Cyprus, and does not seem to be part of any established network. As of December, 2018 Camplace is the 145,494th most-visited website worldwide, the 92,021st most-visited website in the US, and the 7,959th most-visited adult site. Its Alexa ranking is 216,423, and its US Alexa ranking is 221,134. 20% of the site’s users are from the US, followed by 12% from Germany, 8% each from Bosnia and the UK, and 4% from France.
Chat costs on Camplace are are similar to rates charged on major cam sites like CamHub and MyFreeCams. Models are paid in tokens, which users purchase with real-world currency.
Below, you’ll find a listing of the token packages. Camplace accepts all major credit cards, but does not accept PayPal. As always, the best option and/or package is highlighted in green, while the most expensive is highlighted in red.
|Method and Package||Cost||Cost/Token|
Camplace rates are set by individual models, so these rates are a general guideline. Your mileage may vary.
|Paid Show Type||Tokens/Minute||$/Minute||5 Minute Chat|
Users can “lurk” without creating a profile, but will not be able to chat with models, start a private show or join as a spy. Creating an account is free, and allows you to save models to a favorite list, add models as friends, and share your own webcam. It also allows you to send messages to other users, but you will not be able to participate in model chats without first purchasing tokens.
You can also purchase premium videos from individual models. Rates are set by the models, but prices are in the 200-600 token range per video, or anywhere from $15.98 to $59.95.
One nice feature of Camplace is that there is no autopay option. Your credit card information is saved for purposes of convenience, but each purchase requires your authorization. There is also no monthly fee, so you won’t end up paying surprise charges.
Camplace has a relatively small selection of models. Their total numbers over 10,000, but most of these profiles seem to be inactive. At the time of this writing, only 57 models were online. 50 of these models were solo females, and 7 were solo males. By default, the site only shows female models, but male models can be viewed by searching for the “male” or “gay” tags. While the selection is limited, Camplace.com has both female and male models, so there is something here for everybody.
Models are mostly European, but there is a language filter on the site and most models seem to speak English. Camplace’s models are more diverse than most other cam sites we’ve reviewed, and this is probably a big reason why. European users will most likely be able to find at least one model who speaks their primary language.
Camplace’s features will be familiar to most cam site users. They include:
Camplace.com loads quickly, but seems to prioritize the chat interface over the model’s video stream. This leads to long load times and occasional lag in video streams. This is most likely because the site uses an outdated flash interface, which also requires you to enable flash for their domain.
Ads on Camplace can be intrusive. The first thing that happened when we visited their site was a bait-and-switch. The main site opened in a new tab, and our original browser tab redirected to an ad claiming that “Sofia HOT” is three miles away and wants to trade nudes (click here!). If you’re on mobile and have quick reflexes, this invariably leads to closing the main Camplace.com tab and leaving open the ad tab. Worse, trying to close the popup brings up one of those “are you sure?” dialogue boxes. It did not leave a good first impression, particularly for a site that should theoretically be making its money from tips and shows. The rest of the advertising consists of unobtrusive banner ads.
Models can be sorted by tag. There are 82 tags to choose from, and users can filter multiple tags including language, region, sex acts performed, etc. Some of these options are unique, like the ability to select models from the Benelux region. Unfortunately, these options are somewhat wasted on a site with so few active models.
Camplace features a small selection of models and an outdated interface. The ads can be intrusive, and most features require you to purchase tokens. If you’re from Europe and would like to chat with a model in your native language, they do have an active community in that part of the world, which sets them apart from other cam sites which are mostly Anglophone. Anyone else should give this site a hard pass.Visit Camplace