Community Guidelines

Updated: September 2nd, 2021

The Leagues is currently in it’s alpha version. As we open to a bigger audience, this document will continue to evolve. If you have any feedback or suggestions, please reach out.
These Community Guidelines are meant to help you better understand:


The Leagues was designed to be a space for expressing and discovering thoughts. Below are a few of our guiding principles.

These principles are intended to be high-level guidelines only. If you’re wondering what can get people removed from The Leagues, please see the Rules below.


By using The Leagues, you agree to abide by the following rules at all times. You also agree not to encourage others to violate these rules.


Content Moderation: If someone has not violated any of the Rules, but you would still prefer not to interact with them, here are some tools you can utilize.

Incident Reporting: We depend on the vigilance of each user and the community to report violations of Rules. If you believe a user has violated a Rule, you can report a Trust & Safety incident. Note: Inappropriate use of the incident reporting system or intentional, false reports are against our rules and are taken seriously.

If another user has reported you for violating a Rule, here’s what you should know:

Consequences for confirmed violations may vary based on the type and severity of the violation, the impact to victim(s), the historical actions of the offending user, and the intent of the actions.

Legal Note: Finally, please keep in mind this quick legal note on our Community Guidelines, violations, and how we may enforce them:


We take these Community Guidelines seriously and ask that you follow them in the spirit in which they are intended. We further recognize that these guidelines must continually evolve, so please do contact us with questions, suggestions, or comments at