Want to earn money for bringing new members to GamerDating?Become an affiliate
We’re gamers and we made GamerDating to bring gamers together. It’s our dream, but we don’t just want to make a living from it – we want to support fellow gamers in reaching their dreams too. Through our Affiliate Partnerships, you can play cupid, earn some money and help your fans find someone to love them both in game and out.
How does the GamerDating Affiliate program work?
Affiliate Partners can direct users to GamerDating through banners or text links on their websites, videos, streams, blogs or social media pages.
When someone clicks your Affiliate link, they’re tagged as coming from you, your site or your content. When they purchase a subscription, we give you at least a 20% share of the sale (depending on your audience demographics).
We provide you with easy-to-use tools to set up, manage and monitor your links.
You will receive payment on a regular monthly schedule.
You'll earn 20% for each new customer who signs up for any subscription.
You’ll be promoted and featured in front of our growing membership base.
When we promote you, it will be with your tracked link, bringing you more views and more money. When a member pays for a subscription you will receive a 20% payout (again, depending on audience demographics).
How do I join and become a GamerDating Affiliate?
We invite anyone with a website or original content to apply to become an Affiliate. It's easy, and we have no minimum traffic requirements. We only need to ensure that your content fits our community standards (basically, don’t be a troll).
All it takes is one simple step to apply. Click the button below...
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Grey - Print / Screen
General logo asset rules
These are the general guidelines that apply to all GamerDating logo assets listed on this page. Any specific guidelines or exceptions are called out in additional sections.
Logo color guides
GamerDating logos if red are always a single color, and can only be used in grey, white, and GD Red. Please refer to the color guide on the right to properly reproduce the lovely GD Red in all its glory.
Alternative shades of grey may be used for the other half, if the background requires it.
To download all the mixed assets we’ve ever made for creators, click this button below and select which ones you would like:Download all
RGB: 204, 34, 40
CMYK: 13, 96, 91, 3
PMS: 1795 C
Our logos comprise of 4 visual elements:
1. Body: The specific shapes of each word of the company
2. Heart: The heart shapes within each G
3. Strapline: The “For gamers by gamers” trademark
4. Binary: The duel colors which make up the two parts of the logos
Branding - Do's and Don'ts
Give the logo a little room to breath The end of the G is a great tool to measure a good gap with.
Place the logo on a contrasting background to make it pop more.
Make the grey parts of the logo darker or lighter for better contrast. Don’t make it black or off black though (we’re adult, not that adult).
Place the logo on a busy or textured background so it’s unreadable. Legibility is the most important thing if you wish to do this though.
Change the color or the shade of red used in the logo.
Add your own drop shadows strokes or other bevel and embossing effects (we’re classy enough thanks).