Gamers.IRC will be continued

11. April 2021 by Thoraxx
Dear gIRC users,

I would like to thank the previous gIRC team for handing over the Gamers.IRC to continue it. And everything went so smoothly.

About me: My name is Patrick (on the IRC with Nick Thoraxx), I am 34 years old and live in Lower Saxony.

The homepage and the forum run as usual under the well-known addresses and can now be used again. It is now actively being further developed at Gamers.IRC.

I'm already looking forward to your creative ideas and hope that Gamers.IRC will continue to be used even if under a new management.

- your Gamers.IRC team

Gamers.IRC is discontinued

23. August 2020 by Chris1

Dear gIRC users,

now the time is over. Gamers.IRC, which Felensis launched in 1999 and developed over many years, is being discontinued.
The deadline of May 31, 2020 to find interested People for the project has passed without success.

Our Homepage and Forum will be shut down – the new project page is:
On this page, gIRC is kept inactive in standby mode and you find the latest version for download.
gIRC is not actively developed further, its use is therefore at the user’s own risk due to the fact that it is not up-to-date and possible security gaps.

We would like to say Thank You for your loyalty, your creative ideas and your support in the last years.

Thank You very much.

We wish you all the best.
The team around Chris, Sentinel & Tuxman

After 20 years of Gamers.IRC: Time for the future

26. February 2020 by Chris1

Hey guys,

you may have noticed that Gamers.IRC has become a bit quieter in recent years. There are several reasons for this, not least the shift of IRC from the gaming back to the development scene. But also we, the team behind Gamers.IRC, have changed. Since Felensis put us in charge of this great project over 15 years ago, our own lives have moved on just as much as the world of IRC: We simply don’t have enough free time left to fulfill this responsibility.

But we don’t want to pull the plug without having informed you in time. Our work on Gamers.IRC will come to an end, but we are happy to pass the project to a new generation of developers. There are so many possibilities left, the journey does not have to be over yet.

If you are interested, please contact us by 31 May at contact1 [at] gamersirc [dot] net.

We say thank you for all the years with Gamers.IRC and with you, our loyal users.

See you around!

Merry Christmas 2019!

25. December 2019 by Chris1

We, the Gamers.IRC team, wish all users a merry Christmas 2019 with their beloved ones and a happy new year. Of course, we will continue working on the next version of Gamers.IRC in 2019!

We ask for your understanding for the long delays in the development of the next version due to the real life of our developers. As known, Gamers.IRC is developed free of charge and in our spare time.

Good things come to those who wait: Gamers.IRC 6.10 is released!

15. November 2016 by Tuxman

Good morning, Gamers.IRC friends,

only three years after the previous Gamers.IRC version 6.07 we’ve finally made it: Gamers.IRC 6.10 is ready!

Aside from the newest mIRC version 7.46 we also dare the jump into the modern age with support for emojis and Windows 8, 8.1 and 10 without giving up any of your favorite features.

You can find a complete list of changes with the downloads in our download area, the changes for mIRC 7.46 are listed on the mIRC website.

If you have questions or suggestions, please drop by in our forums or get in touch with us on the IRC (#Gamers.IRC on QuakeNet).

As we don’t want to wait another three years before the next release, we already started preparing new features for a future version. While we’re working on it, we wish you a pleasant experience with Gamers.IRC 6.10 and an awesome Advent.

– your Gamers.IRC team.