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    Dear Multiplayers,

    We've gone through some changes to organize our staff structure better. We've separated the roles to make sure everyone is working on his/her designated area so we can work as efficiently as possible. I will be outlining our roles, what they mean, and what they do.

    Project Lead Ryone

    Ryone is in charge of Grand Theft Multiplayer as a whole. He works together with developers, supporters, servers and player to make sure everyone is having a great experience with our platform. As he is also leading this project, his tasks vary from day to day as he oversees the entire project and is responsible for a good work flow.

    Development Lead c0nnex

    c0nnex is in charge of all development related aspects of Grand Theft Multiplayer. He leads a team of testers that will help him with extensively testing experimental builds. He also works together with a team of developers on all of our platforms. He is the script whisperer, there's nothing he can't do with a keyboard and some patience!

    Services Manager Kenshin

    Kenshin is our technical go-to. He makes sure everything, from our Discord server all the way to our forums, wiki and website are up and running. A technical guru!



    Our moderator team works with the Community/Staff Manager to coordinate a clean and organized community. They monitor our Discord, our forum, the bug tracker and so forth. They are the first guys you should contact if you're having any non-technical issues. Send them a message on Discord or PM them on the forums.


    The heart and soul of every multiplayer client: the developers. Our developers, a motivated and hard working team, works on our platforms to make sure they're always up-to-date and offer us a seamless gaming experience in Grand Theft Multiplayer.



    The Support Team is a team dedicated to keeping the forums clean and organized and helping our users with any sort of issues they might have. They are you first go-to guys if you're experiencing any difficulties on any of our platforms.




    A small group of testers will go through the experimental builds and provide us feedback upon which we can improve and release an update with. They go through all the crazy, unstable, unsynced, and annoying bugs to make sure you don't have to!

    Language Moderators

    These people moderate their own respective language to make sure out international community remains friendly and courteous. Any questions regarding other languages can be sent to the respective language moderator.