November was a monumental month on Twitter, with Australians voting YES to same-sex marriage celebrated by @WeFightForFair and @airbnb_au. We also saw the release of the Justice League film and the new CODWII game. It’s time to #treatyourself.
@EAStarWars listened to die-hard Star Wars fans complaints about the game, and updated it to move away from in-game purchases.
Today, we turned off in-game purchases for #StarWarsBattlefrontII. The game is built on your input, and it will continue to evolve and grow. Read the full update: https://t.co/asGASaYXVp pic.twitter.com/vQSOmsWRgk
— EAStarWars (@EAStarWars) November 17, 2017
Love wins! @WeFightForFair celebrates with a handful of confetti and a heartful of pride, the moment Australia said YES.
— Maurice Blackburn (@WeFightForFair) November 14, 2017
Time for an upgrade! People will be lining up for the new Xbox One X.
— Xbox Australia (@XboxAustralia) November 6, 2017
Hold your horses! @tabcomau helped this lucky bloke gallop away with a fortune from the 2017 Melbourne Cup.
THE MOMENT DOMINIC (Mill Park) WON $1,000,000 ON REKINDLING!!!
— TAB (@tabcomau) November 7, 2017
Thanks for the heads up @RoadshowFilms. Grabbing my mates, shield and cape and running to the cinema RIGHT NOW.
— Roadshow Films (@RoadshowFilms) November 14, 2017
ANZ wants us to celebrate YES with everyone we know. Too late ANZ, already on it.
Australia says #yes! As long-time supporters of diversity, inclusion and respect, and Aus Workplace Equality Index Employer of the Year, we’re thrilled and will continue to #HoldTight for equality pic.twitter.com/NN8VOnYwLT
— ANZ Australia (@ANZ_AU) November 14, 2017
The passion and strength of the @RLSamoa and @tongaNRL teams was evident in the pre-game showdown on @7RLWC.
— 7RLWC (@7RLWC) November 4, 2017
@CallofDuty_ANZ teases gamers with a little pre-release countdown for long-awaited #CODWWII.
— Call of Duty ANZ (@CallofDuty_ANZ) October 31, 2017
“Excited ? not the word”, commented one of @UniversalPicsAu’s followers on its cheeky tweet.
— Universal Pictures (@UniversalPicsAU) November 19, 2017
Amidst the celebration at @airbnb_au when Australia said YES, the brand didn’t forget to thank its Twitter followers for supporting its campaign.
Thank you to the millions of people across the country who took a stand for acceptance and championed the need for equal marriage rights for all Australians. Today we showed that our collective voices can help create change. #MarriageEquality pic.twitter.com/OoxOq8OzGX
— Airbnb Australia (@airbnb_au) November 14, 2017