rllmuk forum fighting for survival

One of the most established video games forums on the internet is in the process of asking its members to invest in it in an effort to both safeguard its future and build toward possible expansion.

rllmuk, which was formed out of the ashes of the original Edge forum in the early part of this decade, is one of the largest and most varied video games forums around and boasts consumers and industry professionals amongst its members.

In an email currently being sent out to members, administrator Graham_S explains: The owner of rllmukforum,com has decided that he’d like to step down from running the forum, and plans to switch the current server off at the end of November. We are forming a non-profit co-operative group, called the Rllmuk Supporters’ Club, to own and run the forum from now on.”

It is understood that rllmuk has already raised in the region of 2,700 and hopes to raise another 2,000 to secure its future.

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