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Supporting us on Patreon

You can go to our Patreon page and support us directly there if you can afford it. This helps us pay for the server costs, and motivate us to spend more time providing you better services and more content. Patreon supporters also get an early access to our feature articles and podcasts, and can contact us to request new articles or specific content.

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Providing Feedback

Comment on the stories when you can (if possible to add some value to the conversation), or give us some feedback via our contact form. It’s always nice to know what we do right or wrong.

Contributing to Boiling Steam : Benchmarking

If you play games on Linux and would like to share some performance benchmarks on your configuration(s), we would be interested to include them in our game reviews, so that it can give a good indication of how each game runs on various systems and drivers. Contact us through the contact form if you can provide some support in that regard.

Contributing to Boiling Steam : Writing

If you like writing as much as we do, and feel like you could help out, you can volunteer and share with us some articles of your composition. You can either do it as a Guest Writer, or as a regular writer if you have enough free time to help us out. Again, contact us through the contact form for this purpose.

Sharing Some Game Keys

If you feel generous or happen to have some spare Game Keys you do not use (that can be activated on Steam, for example) and wish to send us some games for testing/benchmarking, feel free to contact us as well. We cannot promise to test all games we receive, but there’s a lot more chance we do if we have direct access to them. Such donations will be credited in the subsequent articles related to these games (unless you wish to stay anonymous).