Twitch has instituted a dress code for streamers which includes not wearing clothes that contain images of “sexually suggestive”, “provocative”, or “violent” content. The code of conduct also includes no nudity and excessive swearing.
Recently, Twitch has instituted a dress code for its streamers. “The main idea is to make sure that streamers are recognizable as official Twitch streamers,” the company said on Twitter.
The company’s reasoning behind instituting this dress code is so viewers and broadcasters know who they’re watching and broadcasting with. You will now be able to identify one of the many potential Twitch streams by their iconic purple or blue emotes on top of their head or in front of them when they are streaming.
To formalize it, we have added some simple rules and guidelines:
- Keep in mind that you’re representing Twitch on the internet, so make sure your clothes aren’t too revealing. Some specific guidelines include no nudity, no sheer clothing, and nothing with obscene language.
- All outfits must be appropriate for a diverse workplace. This means avoiding clothes displaying large logos or brand names. Go for simple and elegant instead. No slippers allowed either!
- We encourage broadcasters to experiment with their looks but we have some guidelines: Please avoid wearing camo! Don’t mix patterns and prints. We don’t want our broadcasters to look like they walked out of the pages of a magazine, so keep your shoes on.
- Female broadcasters should be especially mindful that their clothing supports this goal. You want to maximize the visual impact from your front camera for instance.
- The dress code will not affect any of the Minecraft streamers, they have an alternate costume for that.
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