Yes, you! Come on, come on! We will always need “administrators” who have access to blogs, forums, etc. at the moderator level, but if we give up our “post x once a month” or even the restriction on blogs, we hope to invite other game leaders – experts in their field – to join the entire League of Leaders. Ed who has posted a lot of videos on Youtube, told me that he plans to continue covering important League themes from 2018, but that his content will still be posted everywhere on this site, not on the League’s website itself. Peter eats games for breakfast! Founder of First Play LA, Squirmy Beast and League of Players, and responsible for the development of Breaking Games. I understand this decision, and although I want there to be a “blog” of all the old content, we need to see what the concept of the championship will look like. Eduardo Baraf mainly took care of the video content for us, while other contestants contributed as much as possible. The spirit that has worked – the collaboration of several independent game creators who have tried to work together and gather the common industry experience – still exists. In private chat we charged the team with energy, and in private and public forums we looked at the topics, held lively discussions, and found that for us, readers and viewers, to force people to go to this site does not work. I would like to sincerely thank Eduardo for his great contribution as well as all those who took the time to publish these materials in 2017. I don’t want to minimize the work, but somehow turning on the camera is a very different matter, and there is a reason why content creation dominates today. Some of us felt that the lessons we learned from our constant work had turned into games, while others changed the industry or felt that when we blogged we were saying what we had to say.