If you have a strict "Crimson Tide fans only" rule when it comes to dating, there's now a website that will make meeting your match a lot easier.BAMAmeetup.com, which was created by Sports Dating Inc., is an online dating site that launched today for Alabama fans only.With online dating becoming an increasingly attractive way of finding love, estimates suggest that the industry generated almost £200m for the UK economy last year.Globally, it is estimated that the industry is worth more than £2bn.Aim-listed Cupid is focusing its attentions on its 'niche' dating sites such as and loveagain.com, as well as its mainstream sites such as and Given its commitment to these sites, Cupid could part company with its casual business which includes benaughty.com, flirt.com, and Cupid's dating websites such as might be targeted at those looking for some flirty fun, but the dating business will be hoping for some long-term commitment from the suitors showing an interest in their 'casual' sites.Last month, Cupid confirmed that it was in discussions with third parties which might lead to an offer for the casual dating business, but there could be no certainty as to whether any offer would be forthcoming.
It markets to people of different age groups, cultures and social interests.
If you are looking for serious Caribbean dating and relationships, you can find it on Caribbean Cupid, where we bring together thousands of single men and women internationally.
Caribbean Cupid is part of the well-established Cupid Media network that operates over 30 reputable niche dating sites.
According to recent surveys, one in five relationships in the UK starts online and research earlier this month suggested that marriages which began online stood a greater chance of success than those that began in the "real world".
Earlier this year, Cupid faced media allegations about the methods it used to encourage people to buy subscriptions.