Long-standing video game retailer GameStop (or EB Games in Canada) just launched their own Discord server to strengthen their community. The initial few hours have been chaotic to say the least.
Discord is a free group-chatting platform, originally built for gamers, where any community can congregate over the Internet (think of it as an advanced chat room).
GameStop announced the launch of their own Discord server via Twitter, quickly racking up almost 6,000 members.
GameStop became a cultural phenomenon early this year thanks to the Reddit-based investing community WallStreetBets.
To properly sustain online communities, you need moderators.
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