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About Gameosity Reviews

Hi everyone!  Team Gameosity here, and thank you so much for checking out our Patreon page!

Gameosity started when four friends came together with the dream of sharing our love of board games with the world.

Andrew: Technically speaking, it was Jess' idea.

Jess: Well, it was a good idea, wasn't it?

Josh: Heck yeah it was!

From the very beginning, we wanted to give everyone a seat at our table, because what makes us love games so much is the way they bring people together.  Over the past 5 years, we've produced over 500 written reviews, more than 200 videos, covered news from all corners of the board game world, featured weekly lists of exciting Kickstarter projects, started a job board for people looking to work in the tabletop industry, and covered a whole bunch of exciting conventions!

Jess: That's a whole lot of stuff!

Andrew: Yeah, but with some help, I know we can do so much more!

And that's where you come in.  We want to continue to grow and improve so that you, our fans, can enjoy even more awesomeness from Team Gameosity.  To that end, we're asking for support from you folks.  Every bit counts, and we're so grateful for the support so many of you have already shown us.

So Why Patreon?
By joining our Patreon community, you can ensure that we can keep producing great Gameosity content and develop new and exciting articles, videos, and podcasts. With your help, we plan on upgrading our site to make it easier to navigate, upgrading our equipment to improve the quality of our videos, and hopefully bring on more content creators! (Because there are a lot of games out there...)

If you prefer to make a one-time contribution instead of monthly payments you can donate via PayPal.

Team Gameosity - these are the voices you're helping support

Andrew Fisher – Chief Editor, Game Collector, Custom Dice Lover

Andrew’s been a gamer since he got the original NES when he was six years old, and has never felt the need or desire to stop. A love of video games was joined by a love of roleplaying games in college, and then along came board games, which have become a real passion. He likes all flavors of games, from the competitive to the cooperative, but he is happiest when everyone at the table is having a good time, no matter what the actual game is.

Jessica Fisher – PR Valkyrie, News Writer, Meeple Assigner, Pie Baker

Jessica Fisher is a freelance writer from NYC with a passion for worker placement games. As we said before, Gameosity was her idea, and she's a huge part of everything that the site produces.  In her spare time she practices karate, photographs fun things in NYC, bakes cookies, and generally geeks out about stuff. You can read some of her other work on Geek & Sundry

Joshua Gaylord – Writer, Teacher, and Rondel Lover.

Josh is a high school English teacher whose interest in board gaming is as intense as it is recent. Brought up on Parcheesi and Uno, he discovered the world of modern hobby board gaming only a couple years ago–and his quickly-growing collection of games has already motivated multiple rearrangements of his furniture. His favorite games tend to be medium-heavy Euros like Keyflower or Village, but–let’s face it–his tastes are promiscuous, and he finds it hard to turn down any game looking to get played.


Thank you so much for making it through that wall of text, and for considering supporting Gameosity as we work to grow it even further than we've ever taken it before!
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When we reach $20 in donations we'll do a site overhaul, making Gameosity sleeker, shinier, and easy to view on various platforms. We'll also create a new search engine that makes it easier to find the reviews you want.
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