In the Looking for Games listings, GMs offering games must classify their games from a selection list of common game types. Any RPGs not in the list must be included in "Other Games." But the Other Games category (by which is meant RPGs not Board Games) may contain, by now, games that are way more popular than the least-common games with their own named category. For example, in the Q2 quarterly report in the Blog, 7.25% of all players have expressed interest in games totalled in the Other Games category, compared to named games such as The Quiet Year, Yogsquest or Tavern Tales (0.08% - 0.18%). The Other Games category should be analyzed for most popular games, and these games given their own distinct named category. This may be a particular issue for the new game Star Trek Adventures RPG , a property which of course has had a wide fan-base for decades. It could become as popular as the most popular SF games, but right now it is locked in "Other Games" making it less clear for fans to offer and organize games. I am safe in saying interest will explode, particularly if a Roll20 character-sheet for the game is devised, stored in GitHub and available to GMs.