VGR is a free community where thousands of gamers from all over the world discuss all things gaming in an online discussion forum.
The forum has three main sections. The first one is for new members to register at the "#1 Gaming Forum". The second one is for video game discussions. Here, members are free to talk about gaming news, platforms, video game deals, esports, and competitive gaming. Lastly, another section is for the VGR community (for general announcements and off-topic discussion).
Moreover, the community creates videos about different games on its YouTube channel. There are different playlists for each game. You will find games like Hitman, Code Vein, Fire Emblem, and Modern Warfare, among others.
The community shares the latest news in the gaming world. This way, you will not miss any updates or new features in your favorite game.
Learn about what you like:
The gaming discussion thread is used by members to share all content and ideas about games. It's an opportunity to discover new games and learn strategies to improve your skills as a gamer.
Connect with other gamers:
The community promotes members' interaction through the community section. Members also discuss other topics such as music and sports.
Although members do not host community meetings, they share streamings. By using the "Esports & Competitive Gaming" thread, members share streams of competitive gamers. They usually use Twitch.
Members interact through the community's forum. The first section is all about video games. It holds discussions on platforms, competitive gaming, diverse video games, and more.
On the other hand, members also have an off-topic space to get to know each other. They use the general chat which is subdivided into: forum games & fun, technology & gadgets, movies &TV, music, sports, debate, politics & religion.
The community's main content is available on its YouTube channel. It has playlists for different games. Also, there are videos about gaming news. Something you cannot miss is VGR's top lists and weekly recaps.
"I like this place because it's open to everything video game related. Also, another selling point for me, is that it's a fairly small community. There are not 100,000 people going nuts here, so the conversations carry more weight and stay more interesting. The site is pretty lenient towards letting people be people (for example, language use), so it's a relaxing place to talk." -VGR Member