America’s largest military gaming community.

REGIMENT was founded in 2020 with the explicit mission of uniting Veterans and Service Members of the U.S. Armed Forces, through the power of gaming.

Video games have been proven to help Veterans with recovery from physical and emotional trauma. Our focus is overcoming issues that service members and veterans face.

Cut from the same cloth, we will ensure that no one is left to feel alone, deserted, or weak.

YOU ARE NOT ALONE. WE HAVE YOUR SIX.

COMMUNITY

REGIMENT is home to thousands of Military Veterans, Service Members, and Dependents. From casual to professional, we have it all!

OPPORTUNITY

REGIMENT works with the best in the industry. Whether you're a content creator or casual gamer, the opportunities are endless!

EVENTS

REGIMENT frequently attends gaming events all over the United States! We also host online events for our community to enjoy.

OFFICIAL REGIMENT DISCORD

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JOIN THE AMERICAN LEGION!

Family, Camaraderie, and Continuing Service Through Community Support

REGIMENT NEWS

Salute to Service - Maj. Katie Lunning

Salute to Service - Maj. Katie Lunning

It is our honor to celebrate the sacrifices of those that have served, serve and will serve to defend what this country stands for. Each week, we will highlight great...

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VGL Tournament Alert! Veteran Gaming League/American Legion/Red Cross $10K Halo Lan Tournament

VGL Tournament Alert! Veteran Gaming League/American Legion/Red Cross $10K Halo Lan Tournament

Attention to Orders! Regiment is teaming up with The American Legion and The Red Cross to host a $10k Halo LAN tournament.

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Physical Therapy and the Gamer with Dr. Tsai, Respawn Therapy

Physical Therapy and the Gamer with Dr. Tsai, Respawn Therapy

Dr. Jordan Tsai went on to create Respawn Therapy. A way for gamers to find ways to avoid injury, fix issues before they create bigger injuries and to make gaming...

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Salute to Service- Military Spouse Appreciation Day 2022

Salute to Service- Military Spouse Appreciation Day 2022

The first Military Spouse Appreciation day was recognized by President Ronald Reagan in 1984, with each sitting president usually issuing a proclamation in recognition of the holiday, while celebrations occur...

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THE REGIMENT