Because we use Discord's webhooks to send updates and other messages to your server, removing the bot does not unsubscribe you from updates. Please make sure to login and unsubscribe from games you'd no longer like to receive updates for.
Due to the architecture of our service, it is easier for us to communicate with server administrators via email. While this raises alarms with some, your email address is safe as we are in compliance with Discord's Developer Terms of Service and email addresses are considered "End User Data".
For full details on how we use the various permissions you provide, please see this page.
We're very serious about your server's privacy. We DO NOT track chat logs or server member information
outside of the total member count of a server. The server administrator is the only user we store information
on, and it's just enough to contact that person if/when we need to.
The only message data that we store is completely restricted to the messages PatchBot sends to the server. e.g. When the latest PUBG update is published, we know when PatchBot has posted the update to your server and how many people clicked through to the blog post from which it found the update.
The Discord server is downgraded to a standard server and will begin seeing sponsored messages. As part of this transition any settings only available to Premium customers will be reverted. If a server has multiple channels receiving updates (which is a Premium feature) only the oldest subscription will be preserved.
At this time we do not support any alternative payment methods.
Announcement channels cannot receive patch notes. If servers would like to use PatchBot they need to use the bot directly rather than subscribing to other server's channels.