Come Be Positive!


Is this for you?

Looking to help out Anxiety Gaming but can’t travel to events? Want to spread joy but don't like getting off your couch? Are you a nice person? Join our positivity squad!


How does it work?

The positivity squad is our first tier volunteer program where members complete online quests to better the global gaming communities. Each month squad members will receive quest updates and compete for a chance to win prizes like swag, merch, or gaming peripherals.

The goal of the positivity squad is to create a constant stream of positive content to inspire and encourage the gaming community. Expect to tweet, post, or engage with the online community to inspire those around you!

Want to sign up? Fill out the form below! Once you’ve entered all information and agree to our ruleset, you’ll automatically be put on the Positivity Squad email list.

Once you're on the e-mail list you'll receive and e-mail very similar to the example shown on the right. It will display the previous quest and the winning social interaction along with the winner. We'll then display the new current quest and all of it's requirements. Squad members shouldn't need anything outside of the their monthly newsletter to get all their info and help make the world a better place. 

We look forward to spreading positivity with all of you! Be rad gamers.

Example Quest


See Rules

Always Stay Positive

The Positivity Squad is used to inspire and, of course, spread positivity. We expect everyone to word tweets, content, or interactions with the community in a way that lets others see good mental health is achievable. It’s okay to briefly mention past experiences but do not focus on the negatives.

Anxiety Gaming is a Community

Everyone in AG aims to uphold a culture of understanding, honesty, and emotional growth. Members come from all walks of life, but we have two things in common: we care about mental health and gaming.

Anxiety Gaming has Standards to Uphold

Like most guilds, AG has rules that need to be followed. Unlike most guilds, our rules are centered around upholding our community standards. Essentially, we've created rules that must be followed so that the AG environment is sustained at all time. It's vital that we keep our community safe and open to everyone- these rules achieve that.

Failure To Follow Our Rules May Result In Removal From The Positivity Squad

Absolutely no Diagnosis Suggestions

This rule is critical! Mental Health issues are very complicated and require testing to properly diagnose. Please do not attempt to diagnosis anyone or suggest that they may have X disorder. Several research articles suggest that people will embody a diagnosis; therefore, it's possible for an individual to become the false disorder based on suggestion.

Absolutely No Advertising Treatments

While it may be with the best of intentions, we ask that you please not link 'treatment's in chat, tweets, or other outlets. Some examples of these treatments would be ebooks, herbal supplements, or alternative therapies. Anxiety Gaming promotes three methods of care, all of which should be combined: Medication, In-Person Therapy, and Mindfulness Meditation. Please do not promote anything outside of the approved methods.

Absolutely No Toxic Terms or Behavior

Some of our members are seasoned gamers, even a few professional level players. However, many of the people who make up AG are casual or new players. We ask that 'noob' not be used to insult or degrade a players skill level. If a player makes a mistake, for example: drops the flag, please do not berate the person for their mistake. We also ask that members not attack a player who attacks another player, I.E defending. Because AG hosts people with many Mental Health related issues, it's possible that the insulting player is venting their stress. Attacking them isn't the key to ending the toxicity. Instead, please alert a mod.(edited)

Total Toleration of Religious Freedoms

Anxiety Gaming hosts a wide variety of religious, non-religious, and a-religious members. For the sake of peace, please do not promote your religious or non-religious views. Some individuals intertwine their treatment and recovery outlook with a specific religious view. We ask that such individuals please use the term God, without any specific deity attached. This not only communicates the same point, but allows other religious members who share different beliefs to also enjoy the conversation. For our non-religious members, we ask that you please not make it a point to criticize. As well, absolutely no missionary attempts are allowed.