I am a part of a few gaming communities to make sure I always have people to play online with on different games. I will list them here so you may be able to join them if they interest you.

The Playstation 3 was released in 2007 and Teddyuk wanted to start a small league, based in the UK, supporting Call of Duty 3. So on the 10th July 2007, teddyuk created a site ( and recruited some players from the forums to take part in some fun and friendly leagues and matches. To the credit of the site and community built we still have members who are with us now from this early period.

On the 13th august 2007 the league name was changed to ‘playstation3gamingleague’ and was moved to another free site. At this stage our leagues began to encompass the growing PS3 game library including the now classic multiplayer titles Motorstorm and FIFA 2008. We were one of the first sites to start a league for the FIFA series on the PS3.

Since these early days we have changed our name to PS3GL and have expanded both our leagues and membership. We now have a great, close and friendly community of over 700 members from around the world and have regular league games during the week and weekend. We have leagues in many of the top PS3 titles and encourage our membership to set up their own leagues with their favourite games not to mention our FIFA leagues which have gone from strength to strength.

On 1st June 2013 we expanded our Gaming site to include the PS4 and PSGL was born and offers the same community gaming for our Members and leagues and events which are completely Free to join.

Sign up, Get involved and become part of this close, friendly community.

We started out as small separate groups of friends and soon came together and formed a small based on Destiny on the PlayStation 4. We slowly gain members in the form of friends of the group joining but welcome players to join in with us. Members vary from the UK to the US and a few more.

Our mission is to enable anyone, whatever their physical disability, to enjoy video games, leisure technology and communication. But we’re not just doing it for the sake of fun. By giving people the means to participate, we’re kick-starting rehabilitation, inclusion and confidence.