Welcome to Die Hard Gamers Inc. (DHG INC). We have a lot in store for our members here. If you decided to join for the competitive up-in-your-face side of DHG or simply want to have a better experience and meet new friends; either way, there is a place for everyone and we believe you will grow to have an addiction to what we have to offer.

The overall purpose of this guide is to teach the basic foundations of how DHG is ran, to help you become a more well rounded member of DHG, and enhance your experience as you game.


Now we know this guide is rather lengthy, however, you may notice that there is a table of contents to the left of this page. We highly advise that you do a quick overview of the table of contents in order to have a quick reference to our material here. Simply click on a title and you will be redirected to your desired content.


One of the many great features here in DHG is that this community is what you make of it. So in short, what you put in to this community will determine your successes and how you view our community. In order to do this to the best of your ability, it is encouraged that each and every one of you to read some of the material provided here. We hope you enjoy your experience here and hope that this guide has provided you with the appropriate material that you need.


Organization of DHG
Our community has two separate entities. DHJ (Die Hard Juniors) and DHG (Die Hard Gamers). Die Hard Juniors is designed for anyone from the age of 9 to the age of 16 to join. Die Hard Gamers allows anyone from the age of 13 and above to join, with the current exception of Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4, where an individual must be a minimum of 15 and 10 months of age to join. 
A member of DHJ is eligible to move to DHG if they are 13 years or older, save for the previous exception. It is important to note that DHJ members have the same authority as a DHG member. DHJ members that move to DHG will not lose their rank and will be treated as equal. For example, if a 4LT (4th lieutenant) has become eligible to move to DHG, they will keep that rank as they long as the rank is not already fulfilled in that particular squad or division.

Structure Of DHG
DHG is composed of many squads, divisions and ranks. The basic core structure of DHG is composed of squads. Each squad has the potential of 90 to 100 members. There are also 4 or more squads that can make up a division. When you join DHG, you should be told by your recruiter your current squad and division.
Ranks within DHG can be confusing, however, with some simple memorization, the ranks within DHG will almost become second nature to you. It is important to know these ranks as they make up what we call the "chain of command." The chain of command is used in order to solve disputes, discuss ideas, and so forth. The very first ranks are private, corporal, sergeant, and master sergeant. These ranks are followed by what we call officers. Officers are held to a higher standard than the previous ranks stated and have higher responsibilities. Officers can be labeled as any rank from LT (lieutenant) to GEN (general). For example, lieutenant, captain, major, commander, and general are all officer ranks. 
Above the basic officer core are the divisional leaders. There are potentially 4 divisional leaders to each division. The four divisional leader ranks are JCD (Junior Community Director), CD (Community Director), VP (Vice President), and PREZ (President). These ranks are responsible for overseeing the division as a whole, rather than one particular squad.
Above the divisional leaders, we have management. Management consists of CO (Community Operator), GM (General Manager), and CEO (Chief Executive Officer). DHG BARTENDER is the highest rank in the chain of command as the CEO.

Structure Of Die Hard Gamers, Inc.
Outside of the chain of command, DHG INC has a Board of Directors. The board members are designed to make the crucial decisions for the nonprofit business side of DHG . There are 7 Board of Director postitions which include Chairman, Vice Chairman, Treasuser, Secretary, CCO (Chief Compliance Officer), CAO (Chief Appeals Officer) and CMO (Chief Media Officer). The positions of the Board of Directors have the tendency to change.