Gay sugar daddy dating app, DaddyBear, has enjoyed a period of success building its user base in 2017.
The dating platform reportedly hosts one gay sugar daddy for every two gay “babies”, and has become very popular with Americans – 75% of its clients are based in the US.
This is a lot more than the competitors of DaddyBear, SeekingArragement, for example, recently announced that: “There are now approximately 8 Sugar Baby males for every gay sugar daddy on our website.”
New research has estimated that 2% of American adult males are sugar babies, and the number is continuing to grow.
Another recent survey concluded that gay sugar daddies are giving an average monthly allowance of $4,692 to their sugar babies.
The CEO of DaddyBear, Justin White, said: “Our timing is very good. After surveying all 100,000 DaddyBear members, we found that the ratio of gay daddies to gay babies is about 1:2, which tops all the other gay dating apps.
“Our data show that about 35K members are daddies and about 65K are babies. Using DaddyBear makes it much easier for gay sugar babies, who might be dealing with fewer daddies and less allowance when they try to hook up with other services.”
DaddyBear’s survey stated that the average age of a gay sugar daddy is 42 years old, and 37% of the gay sugar babies were college students.
The company also discovered that the average income for gay sugar daddies is $523,558 and the top five cities they are in is New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston and San Francisco.
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