Twitch.tv, the popular video streaming service that offers a variety of original video and live events, has recently announced that it is adding a diversity streamer program.
The program, which is being developed as a part of its “Unbound” initiative, will be open to anyone who has never streamed before.
Streamers will be required to attend a panel discussion, which will allow them to get a sense of what the industry is like.
The panel will also include an audience member and a streamer who are both women.
The group will then choose a diversity of topics to discuss.
There will also be a section on diversity of content and a panel on diversity in broadcasting.
It is currently unclear if the panel will include women or men, or if this diversity will be tied to the gender of the streamer.
Twitch announced the new streamer initiative last month and said it would expand it to include other popular streamers, including some who have been criticized for not being as diverse as other Twitch hosts.
For example, Twitch’s new diversity initiative includes “Diversity in Games,” which is designed to give new players an opportunity to learn about gaming and how it has changed over time.
Streams that are hosted on Twitch will also have a section that will discuss diversity in programming and community, and there will be a diversity panel for the company’s “Unlimited” program.
Other diversity initiatives are also underway, including an “Universe in Gaming” program that will include representatives from all over the world.