Leet Games Blog is full of the latest video game tips, guides, videos, esports news, interviews and hardware reviews.
Editor and founder
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Dom is an award-winning writer who graduated from Bournemouth University with a 2:1 degree in Multi-Media Journalism in 2007. He has worked for a myriad of publications including Games TM, Nintendo Official Magazine, MCV and Auto Trader. Sacco currently works as deputy editor for ToyNews and Licensing.biz.
Leet Games Blog is looking for new writers to contribute with tips, guides and gameplay videos. We’re also looking for street team members to help promote the website.
Join Leet Games Blog and you’ll get to work with an award-winning brand, get your name online and boost your CV. See the ‘Contact’ section at the bottom of this page.
History of Leet Games Blog
The name Leet has all manner of strange meanings thesedays (1337 anyone?!), but Dom’s original idea was to create a magazine full of hints, tips and expert guides to help make online gamers ‘elite’.
This concept went on to win the Periodicals Training Council’s (PTC) Magazine Academy award for ‘New Magazine Concept’ in 2007.
Alas, with the tough print journalism climate and a lack of funds to set up a print magazine, Dom set his sights on the blogging sphere – and Leet Games Blog was born.
Leet Blog was founded on March 23, 2008 by Dom Sacco, as a means of getting gaming rants and opinions off his chest. It was transferred to a fully hosted site in April 2009, renamed Leet Games Blog and began encompassing news, reviews and guides. In 2012 the site was revamped further to focus on esports news, interviews, game tip videos and hardware reviews.
Reach tens of thousands of gaming fanatics every month with Leet. We are currently receive over 100,000 page impressions per month.
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