Imagine the user profile on the app would be the gaming version of a profile on LinkedIn. On LinkedIn, you see the person's history in the workplace and business world. You see everything about them that would be on their paper resume, but with actual links, images, and recommendations. It also is about who they know in their network. It represents the person's entire unique identity as a working individual. That profile then allows them to meet others, connect with others, and have new opportunities through expanding their business network. If you imagine there could be something similar in the gaming world - every person has their own unique identity as a gamer. It's comprised of their specific tastes or how those tastes evolved over the years. How they first got into gaming, and their overall history in terms of consoles and gaming library across multiple generations. It's about what they are currently playing the most, what their most anticipated games are, and who they play with. It's about how they choose to express themselves in between playing games - socializing, getting into discussions about their favorite games, making Youtube videos, streaming their gameplay on Twitch, challenging others to competitive games, creating fan-art, creating gaming humor or memes, writing reviews or blogs about their gaming experiences, buying merchandise or decorating their environment with gaming trinkets, programming fan-games or their own games, producing remixes or being a covert artist of gaming music, working in the industry, etc, etc. Gaming profiles are so unique. They tell the tale of who you are and what makes you be 'you' as a gamer. And once that's fleshed out, we can use that data for match-making. We can suggest you the ten people with the closest gaming tastes and history to you, prioritizing those nearby to your region. We can help people make new close gaming friends. Once the user profile and matchmaking stage is complete, we'd focus more on gaming sessions and challenges - aka gamers playing together. But I need your feedback and suggestions on building out the user profiles. What would you recommend having in the user profile? What questions or information should we try and find out to help shape your gaming identity?