Atari-Backed LGBTQ Dating App Qutie Hits 100,000 User Mark

Qutie, an Atari-backed dating company operated by LGBT Media Inc., has announced that it recently crossed the 100,000 user mark.

The platform aims to create an inclusive space for the entire LGBTQ community, offering a range of options for gender identity and self-expression.

It is currently available in 38 countries, including the US, UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

“We are proud to hit another significant milestone since working with Atari as our strategic partner as we continue to build upon the success of our inclusive LGBTQ social platform,” said Jordan Weiss and Rachel Kimelman, Co-Founders of Qutie.

Tony Chien, Vice President of Marketing at Atari, added: “We are overjoyed to see the progress Qutie has made since Atari became a strategic partner.

“A safe, inclusive network for all members of the LGBTQ community is a worthwhile investment for Atari, and it’s important that such endeavors are supported. 

“We’re proud to have partnered with the LGBT Media Inc. team and wish them continued success.”

Qutie’s team recently updated the interface of the app, adding functionality such as referral signups. In future updates, it will improve the options for profile customisation.

In April, GDI spoke to Atari CEO Frédéric Chesnais about the working relationship which led to the gaming company’s involvement.

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Scott Harvey

Scott is the Editor of Global Dating Insights. Raised in Dorset, he holds a BA from The University of Nottingham and an MSc from Lund University School of Economics and Management. Previously he has written about politics, economics and technology for various online publications.

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