2016 has been an amazing year for us, but we have no plans of stopping. For that, we need your help.
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We have had an amazing year. We started this site at the beginning of 2016, and in March we moved to WordPress. From there we have seen amazing progress; we have grown our team from four of us to 16 of us, each with their own responsibilities and tasks. Our audience has grown from 60 people to over 800 of you truly awesome guys and gals, and that is something nobody in the team ever imagined happening. We have attended conventions and events as press, and as a result we are now linked to several PR companies. All of this allows us to provide you lovely lot with reviews and potentially interviews with people in the gaming industry.


2017 is on the horizon, and we have no plans to ease up. Next year will see Games Bulletin attending more conventions and events, which means more original content for you guys! The podcast will continue (however the accompanying Youtube videos will stop), and more Youtube content will be coming your way. We plan to go onwards and upwards, but for that we need your help!

We are looking for content creators, for both our website and our Youtube channel. We need writers and video creators, and as long as you have a passion for creating content we want to hear from you! No experience is needed, and everyone is welcomed. All we ask is that you be over the age of 18.

If you are interested in joining the team, please email me on brobinson@gamesbulletin.uk and we can discuss it further!

If you want to support Games Bulletin further we do have a Patreon. This is by no means something that we are pushing onto our audience. We set this up in case people did wish to support Games Bulletin via Patreon, and any money that does happen to come to us via Patreon will be put towards helping with expenses such as server fees, travel to events and paying our writers for the work they do for the site.

Everyone here at Games Bulletin is amazed by the support that we have received this year, and I am sure that 2017 will bring even more surprises for us. We could say thank you a thousand times, and it still wouldn’t express how grateful we are for your support.

Thank you for everything you have done for us.

It means the world to all of us ..

About the author

I've loved video games for as long as I can remember. Recently found a love for reporting video game news and decided to start Games Bulletin, and have been enjoying every step of the journey.