Champion Program

What is this program?

A Polygon Champion is a developer who builds, teaches, shares and supports other developers to be successful using Polygon. They write content, share on social media, respond to forum questions, contribute to related GitHub projects, organize events, and more. The Champions program is designed to recognize and support you to continue to spread that Polygon โค๏ธ to as many developers as possible.

Whatโ€™s in it for me?

  • Access to a private Slack channel for you to connect directly with our founders and product leads. Youโ€™ll get to hear about new features before anyone else, provide feedback and early access opportunities. ๐Ÿ•ต๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ
  • Prioritized support. Your support tickets will be automatically given a higher priority, regardless of what Products you have signed up for. โ˜Ž๏ธ
  • Invite to a quarterly AMA hangout with our founders and product leaders. We will share our roadmap plans, and you can help us shape the direction of the product. ๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ
  • 100% discount (free!) for any individual paid products you subscribe to whilst you are a champion. ๐Ÿ’ฐ
  • If you are running an in-person meetup, workshop, campus event, let us know, weโ€™d love to sponsor some food and drinks. ๐Ÿ•
  • And, of course, exclusive champion swag ๐Ÿ‘•

What do I have to do to be considered a Champion?

To be considered a champion, you must already be actively using, building with, and sharing your knowledge of Polygon. In particular, we look for the following type of activities:

  • Community building - You create or manage an in-person or online group, helping to host events, workshops, campus activities or webinars.
  • Community support and mentorship - you are actively responding to questions online via Stack Overflow, Reddit, etc to help developers build with Polygon.
  • Content creation - you have created new content in the form of blogs, videos, or code and shared with your audience in the past 60 days. Write on any topic you like, as long as it uses Polygon in some way. Anything you create is owned by you. At times, we may share your content across our channels, but donโ€™t worry, we will always ask first ๐Ÿ˜‰

Applying to become a Champion

Applications to become a champion are reviewed on a regular basis with championship status maintained for 1 year. Before you apply, please make sure you are already actively performing any of the tasks described above and have an estimated 3-4 hours minimum per month to continue to create content to share with the community.

Apply to be a Polygon Champion


  • How much time commitment is involved?
    • We ask for a minimum of 3-4 hours per month to create content, run events or help support other community members.
  • How long will I be a champion?
    • 1 year. But if you are still contributing amazing work, we highly encourage you to reapply to maintain your status.
  • Do I have to be fluent in English?
    • Not at all. Feel free to write content and run events in any language. We do, however, ask that you have a sufficient understanding of english to participate in the champion slack channel and AMA events.
  • Can I make money out of being a champion?
    • You are encouraged to share your champion status with employers. A champion has demonstrated their expertise working with Polygon. We want everyone to know about it. If you are interested in generating revenue through affiliate links from your content, please reach out and we can discuss your individual case.
  • What discount on your service do you provide champions?
    • We offer 10% discount on your paid individual plans. The discount does not cover business plans as champions are considered individual developers vs. a business entity.
  • What is the champions terms of service?
  • What is an official event that qualifies for individual sponsorship?
    • An official event is any event run by a group or organization, with corporate sponsorship, that is targeted at a Developer audience.