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October 6, 2022

The Founder Of OnlyFans Invests In FITFCK, A Dating App For Gym-Goers

Tim Stokely, the founder of content subscription platform OnlyFans, has invested undisclosed funds in fitness dating platform FITFCK. According to FITFCK, the OnlyFans founder’s investment values the business at more than £3m.

After being dumped by his girlfriend weeks before competing in a bodybuilding competition, Jamie Wykes-Hobday founded FITFCK.

Connecting people through shared fitness interests and connecting them through social and training events is the aim of the app.

Stokely, who sold the majority stake in the primarily adult content platform in 2018, expressed pleasure at the opportunity to invest in FITFCK. “Having known Jamie for over three years now, his vision, drive and determination coupled with the brand concept is something that I fully believe in and I am looking forward to seeing it realise its global potential as a multi-level consumer brand.”

“I am delighted Tim has decided to invest in FITFCK,” said Jamie Wykes-Hobday. “The success of a startup is one thing, but the success of one that has scaled to a multibillion-dollar global business is very rare and valuable.

Tim’s confidence in the business will be instrumental to realizing FITFCK’s global potential.” In November, FITFCK will launch its app and its next event in London.

Energym, another gym-based startup, is developing an exercise bike that generates electricity.









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