Twitch currently plays a large number of LGBTQ streamers and in celebration of this, the streaming platform has unveiled its plans to support love during Pride Month. The support on the platform will include a new range of Pride-themed emotes, fundraising for LGBTQ charities and spotlights featuring LGBTQ streamers within its community.
Twitch will also take part in the 2018 Pride parade in San Francisco and has partnered with It Gets Better to create a video of its staff's coming out stories. According to Brittany Brown, community campaign manager at Twitch, the company is incredibly focused on fostering the LGBTQ streamers in it its community, as well as creating a platform that is dedicated to promoting and maintaining values of inclusivity and diversity.
Twitch has also partnered with Human Rights Campaign to release a line of apparel that not only features the rainbow flag but also designs that showcase the transgender, bisexual and lesbian colors.
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