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We’re stoked that you're keen on promoting Checkmate!
We wholeheartedly support and encourage people who want to support our mission of accelerating chess as an esport. There are a few rules we would like you to follow to ensure the integrity of our brand remains intact. Unless there's explicit language on this page about the use of Checkmate Brand Assets, you don't need advance written permission.
The term “Brand Assets” includes anything we use to identify Checkmate and Checkmate.live, including our names, logos, icons, and design elements.
By using Checkmate Brand Assets, you agree to adhere to the published guidelines, Checkmate’s Terms of Service and Community Guidelines, and all other Checkmate rules and policies.
To ensure the ongoing integrity of the brand and we can stay on mission, we retain the right to revoke, alter, or amend any permissive uses under these guidelines at any time, at our sole discretion. You agree that we can request changes if needed, and that we can terminate your permission to use our Brand Assets at any time. You must stop using them promptly upon request.
If you have any queries regarding these guidelines, feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or via discord.
Checkmate brand assets are available to be copied directly from figma here or above.
If you are a licensee of a Checkmate Brand Asset or partner, please refer to your agreement as it might have special terms or different terms than our general guidelines.
If you are a Checkmate Partner and have a question about using Checkmate Brand Assets under your agreement, please get in touch. If you stumble upon a website that utilizes a Checkmate Brand Asset inappropriately, we’d be grateful if you let us know.
Parties approved for the refer-a-mate programme should use the refer-a-mate pack.
Approved partner Federation should use the Federation pack. Non approved Federations can participate through the refer-a-mate programme.
Checkmate has official partnerships and specific language about these partnerships, as well as non-partnership language guidance. If you are not an official partner, please don’t use “collaborated with,” “worked with,” or “partnered with,” in any form.