SUPERSPONSORS are gaming communities with whom the Hell Let Loose Training Camp ("HLLTC") has generous cross-promotional relationships. The advantages and requirements for supersponsorship are below:
a. As a SUPERSPONSOR, the HLLTC will post your team on every page of the HLLTC HQ (official website). Currently, the "HQ" gets between 3,000 and 6,000 visitors a month. Scroll to the top of any page on this website and see for yourself.
b. Logos include links to team promos posted in the Top Teams Recruiting section of the HQ forums. This section is an amazing place to show off your team. The HLLTC has created a guide to help teams hit all the important points for their communities.
c. SUPERSPONSORS are also provided a generous video credit for their teams in select guides and tutorials produced by GOD-sSs-END. This credit displays at the end of videos and includes the logo of your team with a link to your community. Note that GOD-sSs-END's videos are produced to encourage credit views. SUPERSPONSOR Program Requirements 1) Must have a top-teams recruiter in the HLLTC and be a member of the HLLTC HQ . 2) Must have a promo in the Top Teams Recruiting section of the HLLTC's forum. 3) Must have one public server, operating at 50 percent capacity 30 percent of the time. 4) Teams should include the following "all" the deploy screen message:
For tutorials and guides, visit the Hell Let Loose Training Camp (HLLTC) on YouTube There are many additional advantages of being an HLLTC SUPERSPONSOR. These advantages are provided on a case-by-case basis and determined by the level of commitment and interest of each participating team. For example, the more servers you have, the more likely you are to be included or even featured in advanced (community expansion) promotional projects like the " Free Community Website Guide " that features the website GOD-sSs-END built for Easy Co. 506th PIR.
To learn how partnerships help stabilize and grow the wider gaming community, click here . If you have any questions, comments, or concerns about tags and how and when to wear them, please post in the General Discussion section of this forum. We're happy to help.
Respectfully, GOD-sSs-END (aka David Allen Farrell) Training Camp Architect