Amid swell of support, Patreon explains why it is now 'a lifeline for creators'

Creatives are flooding to fan membership service Patreon to make up for revenues lost during the pandemic. With a public lockdown driving the cancellations of live events, the rescheduling of commissions, and a subsequent freelance drought, a record number of creatives are using the memberships platform to stoke direct fan revenue.​

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