Before applying to join the Activision Ambassador program, please be sure to read the Activision Ambassador Terms and Conditions and the Activision Ambassador Code of Conduct.
Activision Ambassadors are members of an elite group of gamers dedicated to making the Activision community a better place. They do this by helping gamers get back in the game with advice, tips and tricks. In doing so, they unlock access to a number of exclusive perks including the opportunity to compete for special prizes.
Think you’ve got what it takes to become an Ambassador? Apply today!
Applying to be an Activision Ambassador
Every Ambassador application undergoes a rigorous screening process that can take up to four weeks to complete.
Yes, we currently only accept Ambassadors in the United States of America (including Washington, D.C. but excluding Puerto Rico and other territories or protectorates), Canada (except Quebec), the United Kingdom, or Australia, and we're actively working to add more countries. However, the Ambassador program is only offered in English.
No. The Ambassador program is only officially supported in English.
Yes, you must be at least 18 years old to join the Ambassador program.
Yes, employees and contractors working for Activision, Blizzard, King, or any of its studios and subsidiaries cannot participate in the Ambassador program.
Of course! We’re always open to reviewing qualified new applicants.
Ambassador Social Media Policy
Being an Activision Ambassador is an exclusive opportunity, and, like us, you’re proud to be part of this awesome program. Ain’t nothing wrong with that, because you’re what makes our community great. With that said, to make sure this awesome program stays awesome, we have a few guidelines around how we represent ourselves and the program in game, across social media, and throughout the community.
- If you want to represent your Ambassador status in social media bios, simply use the words Activision Ambassador.
- Don’t be a troll. Having an opinion is totally fine, but try to make sure your comments are constructive and useful, not mean or negative.
- Remember that anything you post can’t be taken back, so think about it before you hit that POST button. People screenshot everything these days. If you don’t want someone to see it, don’t post it.
- It should be clear that you’re not an Activision employee, and it should say in your bio that your opinions don’t represent Activision.
- You embody the best parts of our community. Your conduct and behavior should represent the Activision Ambassador program in a positive manner, even outside of it.
- You should never take or share pictures of the chats you have with other players, fellow Ambassadors, or Ambassador Coordinators.
- If you’re unsure if what you’re about to post is appropriate, pause and ask one of the Ambassador Coordinators before posting it.
- We should hold each other accountable for our conduct. If you see someone representing the program in a poor manner, let us know.
Leaving the Ambassador Program
You can leave the program at any time simply by sending an email to email@example.com.
Yes. Due to high demand and a limited number of Ambassador slots, we will monitor activity and may deactivate Ambassadors who we determine are not actively participating in the program.
For more information, please review the Good Standing section of the Activision Ambassador Terms and Conditions.