An international law and rights enforcement committee similar to the United Nations
, but dealing only with problems relating to the Gamer Community
. Pioneered and later abandoned by Gamer Rights Activist Solidshibe
, their primary domain is Twitter
, where individual member states post updates on internal problems as well as collectively coordinating peacekeeping events, with hopes of settling drama between opposing factions and gangs. The prime ideologies of the group are liberty, alliance, and authority. They are strongly supportive of the right to freedom of speech
and expression, but are willing to take action on degeneracy
behaviour in the gamer community.
Some administrative bodies, for example the Australian Gamer Police
, have a reputation of satirical
humour and offensive dark comedy
on the Twitter, and in turn get a bad rap
, becoming victim to a barrage of attacks by typically liberal
Twitter users. The committee is also known for exposing the unusual high level of NPC
behaviour and infiltration on the platform, as well as sharing a resemblance to and partnership with the groups gang weed
and the anti-furry legion
. They can be characterised by an obsession with Hotline Miami
and the aesthetics of Cyber-Punk
Kevin: "I'm really worried about my old mate Warren, he said the n-word
on a PUBG server a couple night back and I haven't heard from him since"
Davo: "I wouldn't be surprised if he'd been arrested taken into custody by The Gamer Police
, It's not like them to let that language slip in the Gamer Community"