Avori Henderson has quickly become a well-known figure in the gaming industry, amassing over 1.7 million followers across Twitch™, Facebook™, TikTok™ and Instagram™. Her journey began in 2017 when her viral Twitch™ clip led her to drop out of the Miss America Pageant and pursue a full-time career as a streamer. Since then, Avori has dedicated herself to creating entertaining content, while advocating for women in male-dominated industries.
In 2019, Avori was invited to join Team USA and compete in the PUBG Nation vs Nation tournament held in Mexico City. As part of Team USA, she helped achieve an undefeated victory against Team Mexico—an impressive feat that further solidified her reputation as a successful female gamer. In 2021, Avori was cast of Netflix™’s revival of The Mole which filmed that summer in Australia; the show is now available on Netflix™!
Avori continues to find new and innovative ways to create content and advocate for what she believes in. She is often credited as the first event organizer ever to host an all-female tournament with funds going towards charitable causes totaling over $10,000 USD – a testament to her dedication towards promoting gender equality within the gaming industry.
She believes that it’s important to represent women not just within the gaming industry, but also within other sectors such as entertainment and technology. In doing so, she hopes that more people can be inspired by her example and pursue their own goals, without fear of failure or prejudice based on gender or any other arbitrary characteristics.
Avori remains a respected female gamer six years later since beginning her career and has shown no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
With each upload or performance she makes, people are sure to continue receiving quality streaming content from an inspiring individual who is both passionate about her craft and committed to helping those around her live better lives through gaming entertainment and charity initiatives alike!
You can find her live streaming at: www.twitch.tv/avori