The Rebel Federation is a gaming community made for players, by players, originally organized in 2007 by a group of kids playing Club Penguin (of all things). The Rebel Federation today has expanded as an all around gaming community, structurally organized together as a federation of teams and groups on different games. These groups play games together either recreationally or competitively, and members in these divisions rank up in the Rebel Federation by being active and contributing to the team. Rank is reflected on our website, and on our Discord to show off a user’s experience in the community.

How Our Site Works

When you sign up on our site, you get your own personal account with a public profile and the ability to post on a global timeline. As you interact with Divisions of the Rebel Federation, like attending events, being active, and helping the team in a competitive scenario, you gain Rebel Credits. Rebel Credits directly determine what your current rank is, which is reflected on the Discord. Higher ranks gain access to community leadership positions, such as moderator roles, special assignments, and the option to lead and start new divisions.

Top Rebel Credit earners also can receive gift cards, game codes, and other prizes. As a member, you will have the ability to spend your Rebel Credits to buy these items. Since we are a new site, this is something we’re still in the process of organizing! But signing up now will give you an edge, any credits you earn now will count towards these rewards in the future.

Game Divisions

As we grow in size, and come into contact with users who all have similar games, RF facilitates the development of game Divisions that act as a subsection of users on our website who all own the same game. So for example, if a lot of users all had League of Legends, a League of Legends Division could be formed, with an adjacent website created at example.rebelfederation.com. Divisions operate with a leadership, lead by community Directors and Managers, who determine an organizational structure similar to a roster or a team.  This makes it so the team can properly carry out objectives and training for, in League of Legend’s case, winning games competitively. Divisions for recreational playing can also be formed, Minecraft would be a good example of a recreational division.