At Two Hat, we believe that everyone should be free to share online without fear of harassment or abuse. We also believe that making this vision a reality is a shared responsibility.

That’s why we have allied ourselves with diverse organizations including non-profits, government agencies, private companies, and industry alliances to share best practices, produce online safety resources, and spread the word of proactive, purposeful content moderation.

Business Partners

Our business partners are dedicated to helping their clients create safe and healthy online communities by removing negative social interactions to make room for positive human connections. We work with them because they are industry leaders.

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We work with many kid-friendly products and are proud to be members of the kidSAFE Seal Program.

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Thanks to a generous grant from Mitacs, we are collaborating with major universities across Canada. Interns are joining the Two Hat Security team in our Kelowna office to research and develop innovative solutions to one of the biggest problems on the internet today — the creation and distribution of child sexual abuse material (CSAM).

High School League of Legends Clubs

lol_logo4The High School League of Legends Clubs initiative creates teachable moments and promotes positive and productive behaviour in young people through League of Legends. We have partnered with the High School League of Legends Clubs team in Oceania to create teaching and learning resources for teachers, parents, and students.

“We are delighted to have partnered with Two Hat who, like us, believe in a world free of online bullying and harassment. By working together, we hope to cultivate friendly gaming communities that foster positive and productive interactions.”Ivan Davies, Social Play and Community at Riot Games

Learn more:

High School League of Legends Clubs and Two Hat Announce Partnership

Teaching Resources

How League of Legends is Teaching High School Teens the Values of Sportsmanship

Life Lessons With League of Legends

In Support Of

Fair Play Alliance LogoThe Fair Play Alliance is a global coalition of gaming professionals and companies committed to developing quality games. It provides a forum for gaming professionals and companies to work together to develop and share best practices in encouraging healthy communities and awesome player interactions in online gaming.

Co-founded by Two Hat Director of Community Trust & Safety Carlos Figueiredo and like-minded industry friends, the FPA envisions a world where games are free of harassment, discrimination, and abuse, and where players can express themselves through play.


Associations & Nonprofits

#ICANHELP educates and empowers students to use social media positively. Their annual event #Digital4Good honors student achievements in positive tech and media use. The students featured in last year’s event have led initiatives that feed the homeless, fund innovative pediatric cancer research, focus on suicide prevention, and much more.

Two Hat has sponsored #Digital4Good for three consecutive years and in 2019 was honored to take part in their first mentoring program, working closely with student winner Shreyaa Venkat (founder of the nonprofit NEST4US) to help craft her presentation and prepare for the event at Facebook HQ.

Learn more:

Supporting Student Voice and Digital Leadership With Digital4Good

How #ICANHELP is Empowering the Next Generation of Digital Citizens 

Lessons in Kindness: How NEST4US is Giving Back to the Community

Behind the Scenes at #Digital4Good 2019


The International Game Developers Association (IGDA) is the largest non-profit membership organization in the world serving all individuals who create games. The mission of the IGDA is to support and empower game developers around the world in achieving fulfilling and sustainable careers.

As an international organization, the IGDA is a U.S.-based 501(c)6 non-profit professional association and a global network of collaborative projects and communities of individuals from all fields of game development – including programmers and producers, designers and artists, as well as writers, business people, QA team members, localization experts, and everyone else who participates in any way in the game development process. The IGDA brings together developers at key industry conferences, and in over 150 Chapters and  Special Interest Groups (SIGs), to improve their lives and their craft.


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