Greetings! This spotlight series is meant to showcase members of our community who are not only successful streamers, but also represent values that we support, including inclusiveness, diversity, and ‘being different.’ We recognize the unique value streamers provide to the world, and we encourage you to support them!
Meet Bea ^_^
I’m a 20 year old trans woman from England. I’m a Twitch Partner and YouTuber in the Yogscast. I create mostly Minecraft content based on competitive, PVP games and participate in a lot of cross-community events. I work with a ton of different creators every day and it’s such an honor to be surrounded by such amazing people.
Tell us a fun fact about you!
I have worked with some of the biggest Minecraft creators out there. Stacyplays, LDShadowLady and more. It’s been a fantastic experience that I could never have imagined I’d achieve. I feel so proud of it.
So, how did you first get into streaming on Twitch?
I started creating content on Twitch after choosing to diversify my content and move my YouTube livestreams over to Twitch. It was about three years ago. Since then I have gone on to become a Twitch Partner and join the Yogscast. It’s been an incredible few years.
What is your favorite game to stream and why?
The Walking Dead Game has been my favorite game for years. It captivated me and my audience. We cried, laughed and more together. It was an amazing experience.
What are your favorite hobbies outside of streaming?
I love to attend gaming events. This year I’ll be attending YogCon. I also love to play games with my friends and watch RuPaul’s Drag Race.
Share your stream setup!
Who inspires you?
My inspiration comes from many creators, influencers and my mother. The influencers I look up to make me feel excited about new projects and new mediums, and the strength my mother has shown me growing up inspires me to keep trying even when I’m knocked down.
What advice do you have for aspiring streamers?
Keep trying. It’s really hard. It really is tough. You will get knocked down, you will take step backs. It’s not about being knocked down, it’s about how you get back up and come back swinging.
Thank you for sharing, Bea <3