Last month, Chatroulette updated its website in an attempt to improve its image and limit the amount of obscene content. When you visit Chatroulette, a message on the home page makes it clear: Obscene content is prohibited.
While the number of “family friendly” Chatroulette web sites are emerging on the internet, so too, are the number of “adult” Chatroulette sites. So when Chatroulette updated its web site, Camroulette followed suit earlier this week – with a whole new ”look and feel” more similar to Chatroulette, and even a new logo.
The big difference between the two sites is visitors to Camroulette will be welcomed by big busty women.
Camroulette.com sold in March 2010 for a staggering $151,000 and made its debut online in April. By May, several more Chatroulette-like domain names sold on the aftermarket.
Camroulette.com got its first re-design in late May.
Three months after the domain Camroulette.com sold for $151,000, the domain name Webcamroulette.com sold for $47,500.