Code of Honor


The work of the Global Gaming Services d.o.o. is grounded in our founders’ commitment to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, including but not limited to treating all people with civility and humanity.

These beliefs inform our core organizational values of equity, impact, optimism, humility, collaboration, integrity, and professionalism.

Inspired by these values, we are committed to creating a safe and respectful environment for all individuals, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, ability, religion, national origin, physical appearance, sexual orientation, or gender identity/expression.

Every User, Selling User, gamer, guest, and staff member is welcome without discrimination, provided they remain compliant with this „Code of Honor“.

We sincerely appreciate, respect, and love video games.

This is why we reject toxicity, hacking, wintrading, griefing, harassment and DDoS attacks.

We are aware of a growing gap within gamers. We aim to close this gap. Some gamers may have different needs and do not deserve to be forced to quit, especially because they are gamers just like the others despite being in a different phase of their life.

Two core goals we have always strived for are:

  • Offering a reliable place where players can grow their skill and satisfy their needs without the fear of being scammed, mistreated, misinformed, or worse.
  • Creating a reliable source of income for professional and responsible players, offering a clean and genuine chance of career growth in the gaming community for hundreds of gamers.

We treat customers the same way we expect to be treated when shopping as consumers in our daily lives. We consider Consumer Rights and Customer Experience as an absolute priority.

We are aware that no community or company, including our own, is not subjectible to bias and misconduct, so we crafted our Code of Honor (“Code”) as part of our effort to create environments that honor the dignity and promote the safety of all people.


Our Code applies to all participants; guests, employees, boosters, coaches, and customer in connection with any of our experiences, activities, sales, events, communities, and communication platforms that are organized or operated by us, as well as our work activities (collectively, our “Activities”).

You are both bound to comply with our Code and are also afforded the protections of our Code concerning all of our Activities.

Also, we hope you will apply the principles of our Code to all aspects of your lives, as well as to any separate activities that you organize, host.


You will violate our code if you:

Do anything that violates the law, such as:

  • Post or distribute any material that infringes or violates any right of a third party or any law.
  • Impersonate any person or entity or falsely misrepresent your affiliation with them.
  • Cause a person to consume any drug, alcohol, or other substance without their knowledge and consent.

Do any of the following behaviors, such as:

  • Create a toxic environment with any member
  • Promote cheating, win trading, hacking, and scamming activities
  • Impersonate any person or entity or falsely misrepresent your affiliation with them.
  • Discriminate any member based on age, race, ethnicity, ability, religion, national origin, physical appearance, sexual orientation, or gender identity/expression.

Do anything that creates an unsafe, harassing, or discriminatory environment, such as:

  • Engage in any sexual contact without expressed affirmative and voluntary agreement (only “yes” means yes). It is a violation of our Code for any employee or vendor to engage in sexual contact with a participant during any Activity (even with consent).
  • Defame, abuse, harass, harm, or threaten others or make any discriminatory, bigoted, hateful, or racially or sexually offensive statements.
  • Engage in harassment, including but not limited to:
    • Offensive, belittling, or hurtful comments regarding age, race, ethnicity, ability, religion, national origin, physical appearance, sexual orientation, or gender identity/expression.
    • Intimidation or stalking.
    • Sharing a harassing photography or recording of another person.
    • Posting or distributing (in any physical or virtual space) of any image or language that is either (i) vulgar, obscene, discourteous, or indecent or (ii) of a nature that a reasonable person would not want to be posted or distributed about themselves and is published or distributed without the subject’s consent.
    • Sustained disruption of talks or other events.
    • Unwelcome sexual attention.
    • Threats of physical harm.
    • Advocating for, or encouraging, any of the above behavior.

Do (or fail to do) anything that impacts your participation in our Activities, such as:

  • Deviate from planned group programming and itinerary without permission.
  • Not follow proper Activity application/registration requirements or make false statements therein.
  • Not follow any Activity requirements, procedures, policies, regulations, or instructions.
  • Engage in the excessive use of alcohol or other mind/body altering substances.
  • Allow any unauthorized person to gain access to our Activities.
  • Use information about our community members for any reason except as a part of our Activity.
  • Fail to cooperate with an investigation or make a false statement regarding a violation of this Code.
  • Retaliate against a person for making a good faith report of a violation of our Code.

Reporting Violations

We recognize that reporting an incident may be upsetting, challenging, or uncomfortable. However, we encourage you to report violations of our Code with the knowledge that you will not be asked to return to an unsafe and/or unwelcoming environment.

We are dedicated to making everyone feel comfortable within our communities and when participating in our Activities.

Anyone who experiences, witnesses, or becomes aware of harmful acts, harassment, or other violations of our Code should report the incident immediately in any one or more of the following ways:

  • To one or more of our staff members on site (or contact person designated for that particular Activity).
  • By email to [email protected]
  • Through our Formilla Live Chat communication system

Please provide as much detail as possible, including the names of the individuals involved, when and where the incident occurred, a description of what happened, the names of any witnesses, and any other information to help us understand and address the incident.

If you have reported the conduct and feel the complaint is not being adequately addressed-or if you believe you have suffered retaliation for reporting a violation of our Code-please report the matter to [email protected].

We will endeavor to provide as much confidentiality as appropriate under the circumstances. We will not tolerate any form of retaliation against anyone who, in good faith, reports, or provides information about behavior that may violate our Code.

Our Response

We take all reported violations of our Code seriously.

Upon receipt of a report involving a threat to the personal safety of anyone associated with our Activities, our staff members are directed to take reasonable action to protect such person’s safety immediately.

If the situation requires additional security, we will enlist local law enforcement or other services to ensure the person’s safety and wellbeing.

All staff members and employees receiving a report of a clear Code violation (whether credible or not) must report the matter to their supervisor and (except where immediate action is necessary to protect a person’s safety) should discuss with them the proper response. Such supervisors must report the matter up their chain of command.

Upon receiving a complaint, we will conduct an investigation, which will be scaled to the circumstances based on the nature of the complaint and evidence availability.

Anyone associated with our Activities must fully and truthfully cooperate with such investigation.

We will treat the matter with as much confidentiality as reasonably possible but cannot assure absolute confidentiality. We will make a reasonable evaluation of the information obtained (including witnesses’ credibility) to determine if our Code has been violated. To the extent we deem appropriate, in our sole discretion, we will also inform the reporting person and/or other involved persons of any action we may take based on the incident.

Consequences for violating our Code

Violation of our Code by anyone will not be tolerated.

Anyone asked to stop unacceptable behavior is expected to comply immediately.

If we determine that our Code has been violated, we may take some or all of the following actions:

  • Direct the offender to cease the behavior and warn that further violations will result in sanctions;
  • Require the offender to avoid any interaction with and physical proximity to the complainant;
  • Require the offender to leave the Activity immediately and not return;
  • Ban the offender from some or all of our Activities and communication platforms;
  • Remove the offender from our communities;
  • For employees and vendors, disciplinary actions up to and including termination of employment or contracts.

Our Code is a general guideline of our expectations of all persons involved in our Activities, and we may amend our Code at any time, establish additional rules or expectations, or impose other sanctions or consequences as we feel appropriate.

ESG Policies

At GameBoost, we are committed to operating in a socially responsible and sustainable manner. We adhere to internationally recognized guidelines and frameworks to ensure that our business practices align with the highest standards of ethics, environmental stewardship, and social responsibility. Below are some of the key guidelines and principles we follow:

1. OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises: We endorse the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, which provide recommendations for responsible business conduct in areas such as human rights, labor practices, environmental protection, and anti-corruption.

2. UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights: We support the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, which outline the corporate responsibility to respect human rights and provide a framework for businesses to prevent and address human rights abuses.

3. ILO Declaration of Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and its Follow-up: We uphold the principles of the International Labour Organization (ILO) Declaration of Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, which covers areas such as freedom of association, the right to collective bargaining, elimination of forced labor, abolition of child labor, and non-discrimination in employment.

4. Universal Declaration of Human Rights: We recognize the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as the foundation of our commitment to human rights, dignity, and equality for all individuals.

5. International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: We acknowledge the principles outlined in the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, which recognizes the rights to work, social security, health, education, and an adequate standard of living.

6. International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights: We support the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which protects civil and political liberties, including freedom of expression, assembly, and the right to a fair trial.

At GameBoost, we integrate these principles into our operations, decision-making processes, and relationships with our customers. By doing so, we strive to contribute positively to society and minimize any adverse impacts associated with our business activities.

If you have any questions about our Code, please contact us at [email protected]