From what I can tell and have seen, not so much. There are those sites that came out after fiverr that tried to mimic but didn’t fair too well; some are still up. I started years ago around 2010-ish and got a couple of orders during my first two weeks; repeat buyer.
After that things slowed and issues were surfacing from my end; various types. Since I went inactive my account was closed out (Vacay Mode didn’t exist). I have tried another freelancing site where you had to bid in hopes of getting selected for a job and that was a total nightmare in itself.
If cheap buyers weren’t denying you work, the impossible ones that granted work would make your life miserable. Fortunately I found another site and it worked great till there was an influx of buyers that undermined the system so much that it was next to impossible to work; i.e. they had favorite sellers they wanted to work with but were too lazy to set up the post so that only they could see it.
That platform in particular was designed for jobs to be posted and for sellers to select the jobs and work on them. Took a break went back got three jobs done and got three rejections. 1) was for a particular seller but they failed to mention it in the instructions, 2) wanted the work to be keyword heavy and 3) didn’t like what wrote but utilized the work on their site.
So I came back here a couple of years later and offered an illustration gig. Got one job with 2 revisions and the buyer was happy. Probably should go back to illustration but any way, there aren’t many if any sites like fiverr.
One of the major draws was the fact that tests weren’t required for one to work. You weren’t limited on what you could do based on your site maturity (time on site) and there’s no need to contact anyone if you wish to sell services in a category different from the one you started with.