Basic Information: Community name: /r/Steam Community website: https://www.reddit.com/r/steam/ Location: Primarily USA Languages spoken: Primarily English (reddit) Size of community: 400K subscribers, 1100-15000 uniques depending on the day. Links: Main website: https://www.reddit.com/r/steam/ Scam reports: Ban appeals: Other related websites and API usage: Staff and groups: Steam group: https://steamcommunity.com/groups/reddit Admin group: https://steamcommunity.com/groups/rsteammods Staff ID blocks: Application: What are your community's policies on scamming & scamming-related activities? We have pretty strict rules for /r/Steam outlined here: https://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/about/rules/ Many of the SteamRep members are likely familiar with the subreddit as well. We have additional information on how to not get scammed here: https://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/wiki/scamtypes As a community subreddit, we focus on the "protect yourself" mode of information since people usually post their issues AFTER they get scammed, instead of before. We do not allow scams to be listed or first-hand published in the subreddit, and actively encourage those users to contact Steam support and Steam security. API usage: No. Why does your community wish to exchange banners and become a Friend of SteamRep? Frequent collaborations in the past, this makes it easier to reflect each other's public image and promote a sense of community and collaboration. Tell us more about your community: Subreddit for Steam related topics, news, and issues. 479K current subscribers, average 1100/hr active viewers. Community has been around for 8 years. Questions or Comments: No, pretty clear on all of the policies.