He was gay when he received counseling from a therapist who assured him he could overcome his same-sex attractions.
He was gay when he married a woman and founded what would become one of the nationís most expansive conversion therapy ministries.
He was gay when thousands of people just like him sought his organizationís counsel, all with the goal of erasing the part of themselves Game and his associates preached would send them to hell.
For two decades, he led Hope for Wholeness, a faith-based conversion therapy program in South Carolinaís Upstate. Conversion therapy is a discredited practice intended to suppress or eradicate a personís LGBTQ identity through counseling or ministry.
But the groupís board of directors abruptly fired Game in November 2017.
In June, Game publicly announced he was gay and severed his ties with the organization. Post and Courier - South Carolina