What Does GGNORE Mean in a Text?

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Gaming Slang for Newbies

If you're new to gaming, then there is more to learn than just a game's moves and strategy. Gamers should also be familiar with gaming slang, which has around 200 terms in common usage, many of which are difficult for new players to guess. But, you should persevere. Understanding gaming jargon improves collaboration by helping gamers to convey complex strategies, emotions, and actions quickly. Here is the term you care about:

GGNORE means "Good Game No Rematch."

More Observations...

GGNORE (or GG NO RE) is an extension of the abbreviation GG ("Good Game"), used in gaming to imply that the game was one-sided or that the outcome was so definitive that there is no need for another match. GGNORE is often used sarcastically or as a taunt, suggesting that the opposing player or team had no chance or played very badly. For example:
  • "GGNORE. That has warmed me up for playing with the big boys this evening."
  • "GGNORE. We were well and truly beaten there. I hope you have all learned something from that, or we might as well quit now."
  • "GGNORE. Thanks for showing me how to cheat at this!"
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When I write GGNORE, I mean this:

meaning of GGNORE

"Good Game No Rematch"

Summary of Key Points

"Good Game No Rematch" is, by far, the most common meaning for GGNORE when it is used in a text. (Bear in mind that it could have another meaning if used in a different context.)
Definition:Good Game No Rematch
Guessability:guessability level 3
3: Guessable
Typical Users:typical user

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Example of GGNORE Used in a Text

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