So here’s all the legal mumbo jumbo required of me to make known to you regarding some of the content that appears on this website, as well as the disclosure policies regarding financial, business, affiliate and personal ties. You can also find a detailed breakdown of the privacy policies right here.
Advertisers want it to be made known that the ads displayed on this site are done so with my permission and done so with their permission. Advertisers may target you with ads based on any applicable information they may have.
Additionally, I am a registered participant in the Rakuten, Prosperant, Chitika, Engageya and Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, the latter of which is an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising revenue through advertising and linking to or on One Angry Gamer.
If there are ads on the site that you feel should not be there, feel free to use the contact page and express why you feel the ad shouldn’t be on the site or contact the host advertiser and let them know. The host site is also affiliated with VigLink, as stated on the affiliate disclosure page.
Regarding monetary exchange for ads
If a company decides to actively and exclusively advertise on One Angry Gamer with either site-wide takeover ads or active pop-ups, disclosures will be added to articles that may be related to content in the ads or recusal may be put into effect.
Relationships and disclosure
Some articles may be written by guests or staff that may have close personal ties to the subjects they cover. If this turns out to be the case, simple disclosure clauses will be added to the articles. If there is a potential appearance of a conflict of interest with a staff writer and a subject being covered in an article, a disclosure clause will be added to the article. If there is an undeniable conflict of interest between the writer and the subject of an article, recusal may be put into effect for that writer.
All review and preview codes used for the purpose of coverage will be disclosed.
Right to reply
For articles that some content makers, publishers, manufacturers or developers feel is not accurate or unfairly portrays their content in the public sphere, there is a no-contest right to reply option available for editorials or news posts.
Alternatively, feel free to drop a comment using the Contact page.