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This is a free and open encyclopedia operated by intended to document information concerning GamerGate, including its importance, findings, activities, and goals. It can be edited by anybody, but edits must be approved before they appear on any main page. This wiki is brand new and has nowhere to go but up, so please help us expand it!
Featured Article
Kotaku is a video game-focused blog and one of the most important publications involved with GamerGate. Kotaku writer Nathan Grayson and his relationship with Zoe Quinn served as the starting point for GamerGate. Editor-in-chief Stephen Totilo defended Grayson's relationship with Quinn, and since then numerous articles have been written which attack GamerGate as a sexist movement, including their own participation in the Gamers are Dead effort. In addition, Kotaku writers Alex Rubens and Laura Dale are part of the GameJournoPros mailing list.
  • The GGAutoBlocker is shut down following the #AreYouBlocked hash tag campaign on twitter brings much more attention to the software, and with it, fears of lawsuits for libel and blacklisting.
  • The Honey Badger Brigade is forced to leave Calgury Expo due to their affiliation with GamerGate. The Expo organizers then called the police on them as they were relaxing in the park out of fears that they would attempt to re-enter the expo.
  • Zoe Quinn speaks at the Congressional Briefing on Cyberstalking, alongside Michelle Garcia, John Wilkinson, and Danielle Keats Citron.
  • A GamerGate meet up at the Local Sixteen bar in Washington, DC takes place, organized by Milo Yiannopoulos and Christina Hoff Sommers. A bomb threat was called into the bar hosting the event causing it to be evacuated.
Clean-up Goal of the Week
Anita Sarkeesian is a radical feminist media critic. She is a controversial and polarizing figure due to her extremist form of feminism.