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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!

Qualifications

  • Must be 18 years of age or older.
  • 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

For a complete list of Community Contributors and more details about the program, see here.

Highlighted CCs

North America (NA)

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United States Angry Nerd has been playing video games since before the Atari 2600 brought gaming home to the masses, and it’s hard to believe but he’s still bad at it! So, If you are looking for expert game play, sound tips & tactics, on some of the games he really enjoys.. You might be in the wrong place.. If you want to watch someone who is likely having some of the same problems you are, dealing with much better, and more experienced players.. Well, sit back, have a laugh, and learn from his mistakes on Twitch_icon.png Twitch and YouTube-icon.png YouTube. Besides being an average video gamer, Angry is also a Devoted Husband & Father of 2, a U.S. Army Combat Veteran, a Retired Prison Guard, and Yes, a “Little Known” World of Warships Community Contributor.
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United States GameProdigy is a NA community contributor and competitive organizer for the WOOKY organization. With his two golden retrievers at his side, he focuses on teaching new players the foundations of the game as well as showcasing competitive play through both his own gameplay as well as commentating most WoWS tournaments. His community is highly interactive - if you have questions he'll gladly answer them live on Twitch_icon.png stream.
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United States KidneyCowboy is a veteran World of Warship players, which is very fitting, being that he is a real-life US Army and Air Force veteran as well. Today, he is a Windows SysAdmin, but also a streamer with a growing Twitch_icon.png Twitch presence. There, the key objective of this friendly Texan remains sharing his passion for gaming. Thanks to that, he became a Community Contributor for World of Warships. When he's not commanding his mighty warships, he can be found enjoying life with his loving wife and their dog Lana. Get to know him better through his Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Discord server - he'd love to meet all other cool people and gaming fans!
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United States 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 Supertest Coordinator and a Community Contributor. An avid fan of World of Warships, he aims to teach players as much as he can with his streams on Twitch_icon.png Twitch and his YouTube-icon.png YouTube channel. You can see some of his favorite death pics on twitter-icon.png Twitter or join his Discord to submit replays.
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United States Notser
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United States ReimuBakarei started playing World of Warships due to his love of warships, specifically Aircraft Carriers, and has been playing before the carrier rework. He is a player who creates guides and does game commentaries mainly for the Carrier class. He is open to all opinions and enjoys having discussions with any first-time viewer or community member. He mainly produces content on his YouTube-icon.png YouTube channel but will stream on Twitch_icon.png Twitch and help players on his Discord server.
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United States S3VYN is a Community Contributor with decades of gaming experience and a 5+ year passion for World of Warships. A tech executive, musician, and former baseball player turned amateur naval warfare geek, he loves surface combat ships of every class and spends his Twitch_icon.png streams patrolling random matches for the next meta-bending build or approach.
South_Korea S_DMC_5 is a WOWS bot. Whether it snows or rains, you can see that only WOWS is on. You can watch the play of all but the CV. Note that this CC works on NA server, but is not good at English. If you want to see a bizarre play, please visit Twitch_icon.png Twitch and YouTube-icon.png YouTube. You'll probably be satisfied.
United States Wookie_Legend is an the mastermind behind the 3rd home, where everyone is welcome to a community with no toxicity and open arms for all lvls of players. He is trying to teach everyone how to enjoy the game better by becoming a better player. Everyone has a respect, value and friendship when you join Wookie_Legend in his Discord and his clans. 17 and counting BTW.

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United States TechDeals
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United States 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_icon.png 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.

Europe (EU)

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Estonia Aerroon

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Portugal Harkonnen started playing World of Warships during closed beta, but it wasn't until 2016 that he started WWW_icon.png 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 twitter-icon.png Twitter, Twitch_icon.png Twitch, and Facebook-icon.png Facebook.

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Asia (ASIA)


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 apply to be a community contributor on the local forums by posting an application in the respective contributor recruitment threads. Please note that these may not always be open and make sure to read the requirements carefully before you apply!
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.
What is a Privateer?
Ummm...

But seriously, Privateers are recognized contributors that don't fall under another program. They include event coordinators, volunteer moderators, mod makers, and other swashbuckingly good looking individuals.