Account information: Your SteamRep block: Alternate accounts: (these are not visible to the public) Hidden Content: **Hidden Content: Content of this hidden block can only be seen by members of (usergroups: Administrative, Moderating, Staff Applications, SteamRep Partner Members).** Basic information: Country and Timezone: USA, Pacific Time Zone Availability: Up to 7 hours + any required meetings Are you at least 18 years of age? Yes Do you agree to the Code of Conduct and agree to abide by it? Yes Have you read the Duties of SR Moderators post and understand it? Yes Do you have any issues handling instruction and direction? No Foreign languages: Japanese (N5) Application: Please tell us about yourself (job, school, hobbies, etc) AAA game studio full-time employee (technical artist by trade; 3D artist by training). Python and C# coder, and dabbler in level design. Plays CS:GO, TF2, OW2, and GRW. Plays drums, likes metal and automotive tech. Occasional arcade patron, primarily focused on ticket games (coin pushers in particular). Attends Japanese class every weekend, and has passed the N5 JLPT. Likes engaging and thoughtful discussion, often to either find solutions, or to educate self about opposing views. Doesn't really like to be the subject for a summary of at least 500 characters, and find it to be excruciating. Why do you want to be a SteamRep moderator, and what makes you feel you're a good candidate? I'm known as being a level-headed individual, and highly-analytical and impartial in my arbitration duties. I've handled countless instances of scammers against our community, and have dealt and reported many first-hand (primarily to Valve and bp.tf Trust). Being a SteamRep moderator would fall in-line with things I'm already doing for EGC. Past administrative experience: Former admin and current proprietor of SteamRep Friend "Endless Gamers" List Steam trading communities you are / have been active on and in what capacity (user, mod, admin) Endless Gamers Community (Proprietor) -- We're in the process of consolidating to Discord, so our website is unavailable to show my online profile. Have you ever been banned from another community? If so, what happened? Not that I'm aware of. Other questions or comments: Would being a SteamRep moderator conflict with responsibilities of running a gaming community, or have there been precedents in the past of individuals that have successfully done both?