First of all, I would like to thank you for the work you're doing to promote the Gaming Stack Exchange community. Your Google Plus page has some excellent content and is a valuable communication and promotion tool. We at Stack Exchange HQ love that you've taken site promotion into your own hands, support this initiative, and encourage you to continue promoting the site through social media channels, but we also have to send you a friendly reminder to review our guidelines for the use of Stack Exchange trademarked and copyrighted items.
Basically, the name of the page cannot be the name of the site; something along the lines of "Stack Gaming Community" or something else that takes just some elements from our official names would be fine, but "Gaming Stack Exchange" and its logo trademarked. We also need you to make it clear in your description that the page is a community-curated page, not an official Stack Exchange social media property.
We love the work your doing to help spread the word about Gaming Stack Exchange, but we need to keep our official presence and our user-driven initiatives separate and clearly defined. If you start doing awesome things on Google Plus that get media attention, for example, we would have to say "Sorry, don't know what you're talking about" if a media rep got in contact with us to discuss it. It makes things confusing for everyone.
Please review the guidelines linked above, and don't hesitate to get in touch with me if you have any questions about how to make sure you're in compliance with them. Thanks again for all your hard work; keep it up!
Apologies for the back-to-back emails; I just realized that the Gaming.StackExchange [Facebook page] lists this same email address. The description on the Facebook page is great (announcing up front that it is an [un]official page), but it still has the same problems as the Google Plus page regarding the name and logo.
I appreciate your cooperation on this, and again, I'm happy to discuss any questions you may have.
Basically our overlords and masters are unhappy with the use of the term
Gaming.StackExchange and the use of the heart logo on our social networking sites. I have already changed the names of two of the sites to
Stack Gaming Community (I cannot change the Google plus page for about 15 days) but we have not yet acted on the logo situations.
We would like to stress that all of the pages say that they are unofficial in the description, but we can see how they may be mistook for official sites.
Unless we can come to some sort of agreement, we will need a new logo for the sites. So we may try to contact Jin or Sean Gallagher (SE's art guys) for a logo if they are not too busy.