Eurogamer

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Parent Company Gamer Network Ltd
Owner Unknown
Editor-in-Chief Tom Bramwell
Ethics Policy "How We Work"
The Eurogamer Review Policy
Boycotted? Yes


Eurogamer is a UK based website founded in September 1999. Eurogamer is operated by Gamer Network Ltd and is a partner with Rock, Paper, Shotgun since 2010. Staff includes Tom Bramwell, Oli Welsh, Wesley Yin-Poole, Martin Robinson, Ellie Gibson, Robert Purchese, Christian Donlan, Richard Leadbetter, Tom Phillips, Jeffrey Matulef, Ian Higton, and Jon Bedford.[1]

Role In GamerGate

Pending Robert Florence Doritosgate firing

Video Game Journalist Robert Florence Leaves Eurogamer After Libel Complaints, Erik Kain, 25 October 2012 2:20 PM

Eurogamer Writer Loses Job For Pointing Out How Much Video Game Journalism Fails, William Usher

GameJournoPros Members

These are the gaming journalists that are working (or previously worked) for Eurogamer and are part of the GamesJournoPro's Google mailing list.

Articles Attacking Gamers

Deletions of comments

In September 2014 Eurogamer reader SpaceMidget75 wrote a blog post claiming that critical comments made in an article about sexism had been deleted at a database level to mask censorship. Other readers have since come forward after noticing the same thing.

http://spacemidget.wordpress.com/2014/09/23/eurogamer-censored-my-comments-in-june-the-seeds-of-gamergate/

References

  1. The Eurogamer Staff

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