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Marcus Graham, formerly of Twitch, joins game developer Fortis

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Marcus djWheat Graham announced hes joining new game developer and publisher Fortis. He’ll be its vice president of community development.

Graham previously worked at Twitch for a decade, having been the websites nineteenth employee. He was, at differing times, the websites director of programming, head of Twitch Studios and head of creator development. Before that, he was an early on, popular game commentator and shoutcaster. He announced his departure from Twitch in November 2021.

Fortis, a subsidiary of NEVADA Sands, launched in March. Its president, Steven Chiang, said of Grahams involvement, Marcus has made a lifetime career of creating communities where none existed before; without him, neither esports or game streaming would look at all like they do today. With this goals to generate meaningful social experiences, relationships and memories through games, we knew we needed somebody who may help us breakdown the walls between community and game development, and help us move games in to the future we realize players deserve. Marcus is see your face.

Graham said in a statement, Joining Fortis allows me to accomplish what most excites me to spotlight community and its own capability to transform the overall game industry. When I first learned of the studios need to breakdown the walls between development and community, I decided I was all-in. Fortis vision is Games where you belong a robust statement, since it can’t be true if you don’t are truly focused on community. I really like and have confidence in community, and I’ve seen that Fortis is ready to put enough time, energy, and resources into a location that is underserved for too much time.

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