Version1 Announces Collaboration With Gamers.Vote


Version1 is proud to collaborate with Gamers.Vote on a civic engagement effort that encourages young people to vote and become active participants in democracy at both the local and national level. Through the partnership, Version1 will be amplifying the nonpartisan messaging of Gamers.Vote across its digital channels through educational content and other types of media.

The new partnership kicks off with the Gamers.Vote logo being added to Version1 Rocket League team’s decals for the 2022-2023 season. The new collection of decals is a set of cosmetic items that players can now purchase in Rocket League’s in-game item store and then equip to their car. By outfitting their cars with these items, gamers can proudly display their status as a Version1 fan while playing an online match.

Octane car equipped with the Away version of theVersion1 Rocket League decals

For Brett Diamond, Chief Operating Officer of Version1, the prominent placement of the Gamers.Vote logo on the Version1 decal and the massive reach provided by online gaming ecosystems represented a unique opportunity for the organization.

“Regardless of where you sit on the political spectrum, voting is an opportunity to influence the direction of issues that you care about. By partnering with Gamers.Vote, we can amplify awareness among our fans and the broader gaming community about how to participate in the democratic process in whatever ways are right for them.”

“Our goal with this partnership is to help esports fans feel comfortable exploring the local and national political landscapes,” says Diamond. “We’re thrilled to be working with Gamers.Vote, and we share their commitment to nonpartisan advocacy.”

Christie St. Martin, CEO of Gamers.Vote says: “We are extraordinarily pleased to have Version1 as a new partner. We are blown away by their entire team’s commitment and passion to activate and inform their incredible community to go register and vote.”

Learn more about Gamers.Vote here. Visit to check your voter registration status, find your polling place, and/or request an absentee ballot ahead of the November 8 election in the United States.