About Us

Who are we?

We are Legit Helpers – A team of software engineers and hardcore gamers!

With our company, currently counting 15 employees, we are working at our main headquarter, which is located in the United Kingdom.

We have the most experienced gaming macro developers on our team, bringing about 14 combined years of experience together. The rest of our squad is either working in product or community management to ensure our customers not only receive the highest quality products, but also a first class (technical) support regarding questions and feedback.

You want to get to know us better? Hop into our Discord and say “hello” 🙂

What do we stand for?

Legit Helpers stands for quality, trust and passion.

We always ensure that our macro and software products we offer to our customers are the best ones on the market. Nothing less is acceptable for us!

We make sure that you can always trust us. That’s why we always develop our products and software to have the highest security standards and using the newest technologies!

We are full of passion for online games. That’s what makes our service and community support so outstanding.

We don’t only code software and macros for the newest games, but we also play, test and use them on a daily base ourselves!

How did this start?

We started as a small group of hardcore gamers, creating our first own macros several years ago. In 2015 we decided to share our macros with the rest of the world and started our business. We began with macros for shooters like Arma 2, Battlefield 3, Call of Duty MW 1 & 2, Counter Strike: Source and Counter Strike: Global Offensive.

We very fast earned a good reputation for our high-quality macros and our excellent service.

From there, we started to create macros for the most played games, inventing our own macro format and developing our universal driver software.

But this is only the beginning… 😉


Payment Provider:


PayPal (Europe) S.à r.l. & Cie, S.C.A.
Société en Commandite par Actions
Sitz: 22-24 Boulevard Royal, L-2449, Luxemburg
RCS Luxemburg B 118 349


Deutsche Postbank AG

VAT identification number:

DE 169824467

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Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 114-126
53113 Bonn
Phone: +49 228 920 0
eMail: [email protected] or [email protected]
Internet: www.postbank.com


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