Last revised: Sep. 21, 2018
Granite’s goal is to make sure we provide positive, fun, and memorable experiences for our community. We require that all users follow the Granite Code of Conduct and common sense to create a safe and friendly environment.
Violation of the Code of Conduct may lead to the removal of any associated content, your removal from any event, and/or suspension of your account. Granite reserves the right to suspend any account for any length of time at any time for any conduct that we determine to be inappropriate or harmful. You may appeal your suspension; however, we are not required to provide a reason for our decision.
Users can be removed from an in-progress event at any time for behavior violating our Code of Conduct. If you leave an in-progress event because an event creator is violating our Code of Conduct, you may request a refund.
We reserve the right to update this Code of Conduct from time to time. It is your sole responsibility to check the Code of Conduct from time to time to view any such changes.
Comply with all applicable local, state, and federal laws while using our Site. Any illegal content or activity is strictly prohibited.
Comply with reasonable rules the event creator has laid out, like being a certain level or not doing a particular action in a game.
Avoid abusive language and behavior, including but not limited to acts and threats of violence, hateful conduct, and harassment, whether the targets are on or off our Site.
Avoid inappropriate content including but not limited to nudity, pornography, sexual content, extreme violence, gore, and obscene content.
Avoid unauthorized sharing of private information. Sharing private personal information about individuals or any content that may reveal any of their private personal information, without their explicit permission, is strictly prohibited.
Respect other’s intellectual property rights. Copycat behavior and/or using copyright content without written permission, is strictly prohibited.
Do what you said you would do in your event posting.
Show up on time for the event.
Should you need to change anything related to your event after it closes, communicate and make sure both parties agree to the change. We suggest you use the on-event messenger as a record of the agreement.
Avoid any content or activity that disrupts, interrupts, harms, or otherwise violates the integrity of our Services or another user's experience including but not limited to spam, scams, phishing, fraud, malware, viruses, or misinformation.
Avoid any activity that gives the user an unfair advantage in participating in an event, including but not limited to cheating, hacking, botting, or tampering.