Community Contributors are players who assist and help other players of World of Warships, such as showing off their love for the game over their Twitch stream or by posting YouTube videos, running a fan site or Facebook page providing helpful answers, writing guides, running in-game events in our contest area, etc. They are basically players who voluntarily dedicate time and energy towards their love for World of Warships and in doing so, improve the online community experience for others!
- Must be over 18 years of age.
- Must have a genuine interest in Wargaming games and products.
- Contributor must behave and create content in compliance with our Terms of Service, End-User Legal Agreement, Official Game Rules.
- Contributor's content must have the potential to reach and influence the audience (in other words, Contributor must produce quality content).
- Contributor must have a genuine interest in helping us build a healthy community around our games by sharing constructive feedback.
- Contributor must be actively involved in at least 1 community oriented channel such as Forums, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Twitch.
Current Community Contributors by Server
North America (NA)
NoZoupForYou has been playing World of Warships since closed beta and has been making videos almost as long. His videos include everything from reviews and tutorials to satire and cinematics, providing something for everyone. Lighthearted and friendly, he’s pretty approachable. You can find his videos over at YouTube and watch him stream every once in a blue moon on Twitch. Look him up on Twitter and Facebook as well!
Hughbert Jass has been playing World of Warships since closed beta and was proud to become a CC in the North American region in 2017. In addition to his regular Wednesday Night Warships live streams on YouTube and Twitch, he also produces concise 5 minute ship reviews which you can find on his YouTube channel along with the archived live streams.
Kelorn is co-founder and co-host of The Warships Podcast, which is released weekly. He started playing World of Warships in the closed beta test weekends and is an avid battleship and cruiser player. Called the game's greatest Yamato apologist, he's never happier than when he's captaining the IJN superbattleship. Watch for the weekly stream on Wargaming Twitch (currently @ 1pm Pacific on Fridays).
KamiSamurai is the co-founder and co-host of The Warships Podcast. He has been playing World of Warships since the beginning of closed beta, and prides himself on being adept at the game and being able to help others get better at the game. Kami streams regularly each week on Twitch and also has a YouTube channel. He enjoys demonstrating how to play the game at a high level and brings a competitive attitude and a desire to win into every match, while recognizing that Warships is still a game and if you aren't having fun you're doing it wrong.
Femennenly is one of the late comers to the World of Warships community, joining in late 2015. By the summer of 2016, she became notorious as that one carrier player you never want to see on the enemy team. She streams 4-5 days a week on her Twitch, focusing on teaching players of all skill levels little tricks associated with playing CVs. Due to popular demand she has also begun a "short and simple" aircraft carrier tutorial series on her YouTube page with several videos being featured by Wargaming. She posts almost daily to her Twitter about many Warships-related topics.
Hyf1re has been around Wargaming since 2011 and picked up World of Warships in alpha stage. He brings a high standard of professionalism to his Twitch stream while still making it easy for his viewers to engage. A skillful destroyer captain who can play all class ships with ease, he is always available to answer questions and discuss changes to the game and ships. He enjoys rock and metal music with little bit of techno beats.
Vulgarr the Viking started streaming on Twitch while World of Warships was still in beta. Since that time he has played it almost exclusively. A laid back streamer, he cares more about helping his team than padding his own stats. Educating, and informing with a splash of entertainment is his ultimate goal. But don't take his calm, friendly demeanor lightly, because with the flip of a switch this "nice guy" can go from zero to hardcore ultra competitive gamer in no time flat.
LittleWhiteMouse got her start writing guides on the North American forums. When she's not collecting skulls for her daddy's comfy chair or stuffing a certain black cat into a box, much of her time working on reviews of premium ships for Ship Comrade.
EN Wiki Editing Staff
As the team lead for the World of Warships EN wiki, SeaRaptor00 spends much of his time herding kittens that just happen look a lot like the other wiki staff. Joining the community in open beta, he is now a self-appointed Acolyte of the Church of Hindenburg and spends far more time than is healthy editing wiki pages. When not sinking ships on behalf of the Kriegsmarine or proof-reading someone else's wiki edits, he can occasionally be found on Twitch casting competitive matches of the Warship Supremacy League and King of the Sea.
Killjoy1941 has forgotten more history than is healthy for most people to ever learn and possesses an enormous library of warship photographs which is rumored to be stored in the warehouse seen briefly at the end of Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark. He enjoys sinking helpless ships and deconstructing systems within games to understand how they function.
Personator was one of the first members of the EN wiki team, possessing an avid desire to help build and shape the wiki. When not seal clubbing or playing other games, he's usually found chatting with many other players among the Discord servers, trying to correct and improve players and finding errors on particular pages that might have been overlooked. He can be considered the jokester of the wiki team, and is often the target of Pigeon_of_War's teasings. He currently plays competitively in the Warship Supremacy League as a member of Absolute Territory [ZR].
Lord_Zath was one of the first members of the EN wiki team, joining at a time when most wiki pages were but empty shells. His passion for photography quickly earned him the position of "resident wiki screenshot guru". Zath is also a supertester, and as such can often be found taking screenshots of various test ships for the wiki. An avid fan of World of Warships, he aims to teach players as much as he can with his new YouTube channel.
mrmariokartguy is probably procrastinating on an assignment right now [Yup! -ed.], but is most likely still typing his way through Discord. Mario finds ways to contribute content to the wiki while trying to avoid becoming lost in the maze of the Internet or watching too much anime. He currently plays competitively in the Warship Supremacy League as a member of Absolute Territory [ZR].
RivertheRoyal grew up in a library, reading far too much and forgetting what the sun looked like for days at a time. Now, she puts that literary prowess to use on the wiki while lamenting the fact that completely useful letters like "u" are seen as extraneous by Americans. River enjoys staying away from the centre of attention, preferring to watch events in good humour. Do not provoke her lightly though, as she will somewhat flail you with sarcasm of the highest calibre. She likes pizza and ice cream, but has developed a surprising aversion towards pudding.
ZuikakuKaiNi is a member of the EN wiki team. He has played World of Warships since July 2015 and has since become a massive ship collector. When he’s not working on game related matters, he is usually building model ships or planes. He also spends some of his free time playing in a small band with several of his friends. Zuikaku currently plays both casually and competitively as a member of [WAIFU].
As the wiki team’s premier Canuck, TheZeke00 has his hands full teaching his compatriots the art of igloo building and the importance of adding gravy and cheese curds to toasty French fries. As a Wiki Editor, he spends most his time as one of the team’s historians: researching the ships and writing the lore. By all accounts a supreme-grade potato, he still enjoys this game, and what he lacks in ballistic and tactical capabilities, he makes up for it in research and writing prowess.
Tedster_ is the other resident black cat, a wiki team member (and former lead wiki editor), and a supertest coordinator. He is a battleship player who started during the 2nd wave of closed alpha in June 2014, and he is probably whining somewhere about the simplification of the game over the course of testing and release or is making "back in the day" comments. When not attempting to citadel destroyers with whatever battleship is currently being tested, he plays artillery for the current top NA Clan Wars clan in World of Tanks, while also spending way too much time playing Kantai Collection, or reading Friedman-level tomes for entertainment.
The resident Australian of the EN wiki team, Destroyer_Fuyuzuki occasionally emerges from the void to drop a Great Wall of Text in the Service History section of warship pages far beyond the preferred 500 words. She has many a fan-made tech tree to her name and gleefully awaits the release of more Italian warships. She considers herself a budding naval historian, and spends far more time than is healthy on trawling her local libraries for more books to add to her personal database.
Sharkbait_416 is a member of the World of Warships EN wiki team. Since January 2016, he has played World of Warships almost exclusively, becoming an avid ship collector. He deploys these ships into battle frequently and commands them against the red team with aggressive tactics. While his ships are being resupplied, repaired, and sometimes refloated, he enjoys learning about their history and design.
The second Canadian and one of the newest members of the team, _Fantomex_ has a lot to learn about before he can become a true Wiki Editor. He spends his time playing warships with his clan, Quality Potatoes [-QP-], both casually and competitively in the Warship Supremacy League. When he's not playing, he's binge watching anime and suffering from student debt. Has no idea how to properly format images.
A historian and photo collector at heart, Doomlock is the deputy wiki lead for the EN wiki team. When not editing the wiki, he is perusing the web looking for more images of the ships he loves, and has amassed quite a collection of pictures. Usually, he can be seen hanging out on the forums, playing with his clan, Hijackers Anonymous [HINON], learning more about a ship on the internet, or talking up a storm about a ship's history. He recently started co-hosting a podcast called Sink or be Sunk as well.
The first German editor to join the EN Wiki team, SireneRacker is the newest addition to the team. Until he can stand on his own feet, he will spend his time brewing coffee for the other Wiki members and writing historical articles for the ships. When he is not being ordered around, he spends his time in game to play casually or in Clan Battles for [WAIFU].
Aetam started playing World of Warships during closed beta and created a YouTube channel in October 2015. He mostly does commentaries on exceptional battles and has a bi-weekly montage series called Project Wrecked.
iEarlGrey has been streaming Warships on Twitch for a few years (since open beta) as well as creating light-hearted content and game related news on YouTube. One of the victorious participants of the World of Warships showmatch in Warsaw at the World of Tanks Grand Finals in April 2016, players can follow him on Twitter for content updates.
StarkPanzer is a Hungarian-speaking content creator focusing on World of Warships and occasionally making content about other Wargaming products. He can be found primarily on YouTube, streaming and making ship showcase type videos.
Stuntman9630 has been playing WoWs since closed beta, starting YouTube in 2016 and Twitch in late 2017. With a high emphasis on statistical analysis, nothing slips past him without some rigorous testing with his trusty sidekick Ollie! And sometimes, that testing does involve being blown up. At least that’s what he claims...
Yuzral can be found primarily on YouTube but also streams regularly on Twitch, bringing a generous helping of prime British snark to live World of Warships action. His personal preference is for destroyers and light cruisers but he’ll play pretty much anything. Announcements and random ramblings can be found on Twitter.
CLyDeThaMonKey has been playing World of Warships since closed beta. A well-rounded player who plays most classes and know most of their abilities, he is also the commander of League of Extraordinary Warship Derps [LEWD] on the EU server. Clyde is a self-proclaimed best average Warship streamer who is very interactive with his chat. He has been streaming World of Warships since August 2015 on Twitch, and he occasionally uploads some his matches to his YouTube channel as well. Follow him on Twitter for updates.
Flambass has been playing World of Warships since closed beta and is very much into the competitive aspects of the game. He has taken part in every single King of the Sea and server clash so far, and is a successful member of Odem Mortis International [OMNI]. Players looking to have fun, listen to good music, and take part in crazy stunts that everyone else thinks are suicidal should check him out on YouTube, watch his daily Twitch streams, and follow him on Twitter.
Harkonnen started playing World of Warships during closed beta, but it wasn't until 2016 that he started The Daily Bounce, his blog about World of Tanks, World of Warships, and other Wargaming titles. The latest World of Warships news can always be found there (even some occasional exclusives). He can also be found on on Twitter, Twitch, and Facebook.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Do Community Contributors represent Wargaming?
- The Community Contributors are trusted members of the community that Wargaming works with very closely with by sharing info with them as well as help them in their projects. Their opinions and stances remain totally their own and not those of Wargaming.
- How does Wargaming select those who become Community Contributors?
- Each case will be considered individually. However, a Community Contributor should have at least 3 months of (continuous) community contribution and interaction with Wargaming.net players via different channels such as: forum, fan site, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook etc. Additionally, Contributors should have a good forum conduct for no less than half a year. No medium to major offenses are allowed.
- Do Community Contributors receive any payment from Wargaming?
- Nope. Those recognized as Community Contributors work with their respective server community staff to further fuel their hobby and audience, but there is no payment involved.
- Can I recommend someone to become the World of Warships Community Contributor?
- Of course! However Contributors will always be selected by the Community team.
- What comes with being a Community Contributor?
- Within a region's community, players will automatically have a “Community Contributor” rank placed next to their name on the forum in blue. Additionally, those recognized will occasionally receive: social media promotion on Wargaming's main Facebook/Twitter/website, early access to certain game content, items to giveaway to their readers/viewers for selected contests and events.
- So how can I apply to be a Community Contributor?
- Players can send an application via PM to the community team on their respective server. Please make sure to include all the members listed below in the PM, and include some samples of your work and/or links to respective channels.
- Cool! Are there already any Community Contributors?
- Yes! Some of you may have already noticed streams and community members getting mentioned on the official World of Warships Facebook to bring more exposure to their videos, contests, streams or guides. Other community contributors have been given access to new ships coming out in the upcoming patches to share with the player base.