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A Popular Gaming Subreddit Shut Down On April Fools' Day To Protest Bigotry
A Popular Gaming Subreddit Shut Down On April Fools' Day To Protest Bigotry

On April Fools’ Day, r/Games announced it would shut down to shed light on bigotry in the online gaming community. With 1.7 million subscribers, the subreddit’s closure may have seemed like a joke. However, the moderating team laid out their decision to “take things a little more seriously and...

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