Angry-Mob is a website dedicated to gaming communities, no matter the game or platform. In the form of articles, interviews and guides we provide our readers with new insight and entertainment
Besides the written content, we’re no strangers to hosting events. Every month we organize a giveaway where we give away multiple games (thanks Humble!) and we launch event servers once in a while. Communities are also free to promote their server in the form of hosting giveaways on our website (see Mineheroes and Jartex Network for instance).
On the back-end Angry-Mob is growing network of passionate community owners, developers, content creators, community managers, business contacts and ofcourse the players and readers.
A little sidenote
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The history of Angry-Mob
Angry-Mob started out as a game community founded by Syff and Tori1157 back in 2015. While primarily running Garry’s Mod projects and Rust servers, Angry-Mob also ventured into the world of Minecraft and Reign of Kings. During the peak of the Angry-Mob Rust 10x server we moved to our own server which gave us great freedom to host almost anything we wanted.
Late 2016 community activity was lacking due to Rust fatigue and real life obligations from both the players as the staff members. For that reason we decided to “take a break, while we still have a community” instead of waiting it out. For Syff however this ment the start of something new and unique. With months of planning and preparation he re-launched the website in its current form.