Twin Cities Geek maintains a number of virtual spaces on third-party websites where members of the community can meet and mingle. It is a goal of Twin Cities Geek to provide online spaces where topics important to members of Minnesota geek communities can be discussed in fun, constructive, responsible, and impactful ways.
Twin Cities Geek on Facebook
The Twin Cities Geeks Facebook group is our discussion space on Facebook with over 10,000 local Minnesota geeks. The Twin Cities Geek Facebook page engages the Minnesota geek Facebook community with stories, questions, and fun posts on a daily basis. Join the group to meet your fellow Minnesota geeks, and like the page to see Twin Cities Geek articles in your newsfeed!
Twin Cities Geek on Twitter
The Twin Cities Geek Twitter feed engages the Minnesota geek Twitter community with stories, questions, and fun tweets on a daily basis. If you have anything you would like to ask the Minnesota geek community on Twitter, simply tag @TwinCitiesGeeks and we will retweet your question!
Twin Cities Geeks Subreddit
The Twin Cities Geeks subreddit is a the space on reddit for connecting with your Minnesota geek community. Join r/twincitiesgeeks to share links, memes, news, and images, and engage in discussion with other Minnesota geeks about a wide variety of topics.
Twin Cities Geek on Instagram
The Twin Cities Geek Instagram account engages the Minnesota geek community with photos related to Twin Cities Geek stories, community outreach, and general geekery.
Twin Cities Geek on Tumblr
The Twin Cities Geek Tumblr blog syndicates stories from the magazine so you can keep up to date with Twin Cities Geek articles via your Tumblr dash.
Twin Cities Geeks Slack
The Twin Cities Geeks Slack has a variety of channels for chatting with other Minnesota geeks about a wide variety of topics. It’s a great place to check in for a quick chat during your workday or connect with fellow geeks in real time during an event.
Twin Cities Geeks Discord Server
The Twin Cities Geeks Discord server has a variety of channels for chatting with other Minnesota geeks about a range of topics. It’s a great place to hang out between games or in the evenings to stay connected while you clock some time in your favorite games.
Twin Cities Geeks Steam Group
The Twin Cities Geeks Steam group is a space for Minnesota gamers on Steam to connect, chat, trade games, and play together.
Twin Cities Geeks Battle.net Group
The Twin Cities Geeks Blizzard Battle.net group is a space for Minnesota players of Battle.net games to connect, chat, and play together.