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Ad-blockers and how they'll effect your Gamereactor experience.

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For those of you who have supported the UK website since we launched way back in 2010 (evolving from a site covering the best articles from Gamereactor's network of editorial teams across Europe) we'd like to firstly say thank you. To you, and those that have found their way here either through our mobile or PlayStation 4 apps, or GRTV content on YouTube, we hope you'll stick with us as we continue to grow.

The Gamereactor network is in part funded by on-site advertisements - banner ads and the like. We all know they can be eye-sores and distractions, and that's why we're continually working to abolish any unwelcome types such as flash ads, pop-ups, or those automatic varieties that have you (and us) reaching for the mute key. Thus we work hard to keep your browsing experience as smooth as can be, with as little interference as possible.

However, to allow us to continue to grow and bring you the best editorial coverage possible - be it interviews with development studios, hands-on impressions with the latest games, breaking news stories, trailers, reviews and the like - we need your help. We're asking that if you enjoy our work, please whitelist Gamereactor if you're using any ad-blocker software.

It's a simple process - here's a quick set of instructions for whitelisting Gamereactor for Chrome and Firefox:

AdBlock Plus in Chrome.
AdBlock in Chrome.
AdBlock in Firefox.

As ever, we'll keep striving to make any advertising as non-intrusive to your browsing experience as possible (and if you do have any concerns, drop us a line at [email protected]) and keep generating the best editorial content to keep you in touch with gaming.

Thanks in advance,
The Gamereactor team.

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