KEY POINTS

  • Porn star Renee Gracie created an OnlyFans game using Uno cards to lure in subscribers
  • Her fans will get the content she assigned to the cards they draw
  • The former racer admitted she almost quit OnlyFans because she had trouble coming up with creative content

Renee Gracie has come up with an OnlyFans game using Uno cards to entice her subscribers into giving her tips.

The racer turned porn star advertised her new OnlyFans game, in which she assigned corresponding content to each card drawn, via her Instagram Stories, sharing a snap of Uno cards and a paper with notes.

"I literally just made a OnlyFans UNO game. Come check it out," the 25-year-old adult star wrote.

In the photo, Gracie covers half of the content of the paper with her hand, but some of the entries were visible, giving a hint of what her fans can expect to get from her game.

The first row read, "Blue = Topless pic," but the corresponding content for the other colors, yellow, green and red, were not revealed. The +4 card gives subscribers a chance to choose the card option they want, and the blank draw card also offers them another option.

Gracie also shared a screenshot on Instagram Stories of a conversation she had with one of her subscribers who took part in her OnlyFans game.

"Games Night!! $30 tip will buy two card flips! Once tipped I will send you a video of me turning 2 cards over. I will then send you the corresponding content to the cards you get drawn! Let's go!!" she told her fan, who then replied that they sent her a $30 tip.

"UNO is going off!! A game where you can't lose and can score big like this guy! $100s of dollars worth of content just won," Gracie replied.

Gracie has gained massive success on OnlyFans since she quit car racing and joined the adult industry last year. The former V8 Supercars driver is now in the top 0.01% of OnlyFans creators, earning $1 million on the subscription platform in just a few months.

However, Gracie revealed in a previous interview that she initially had a difficult time getting started on OnlyFans and even considered quitting the website at one point. She admitted that she struggled in putting out good content, but her dad, who has been supportive of her career switch, encouraged her to keep going.

"I had a little bit of a rough time on Only Fans, it does get hard to try and be creative all the time, I turned to my dad and said 'I'm just over it, I don't think I'm going to do it anymore'," Gracie told Hit Network's "Hughesy & Ed."

"And he actually said 'don't stop, you're making so much money, don't stop,'" she continued. "He actually encouraged me to keep doing it because it's been life-changing and if anyone was in the position to make this kind of money everyone would try and do it. To actually have that support when times have got tough is really good."

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Renee Gracie driver of the #360 Harvey Norman Super Girls Nissan Altima poses for a photo prior to practice for the Bathurst 1000, which is race 21 of the Supercars Championship at Mount Panorama on October 8, 2016 in Bathurst, Australia. Getty Images/Daniel Kalisz
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