My name is Ivo Flipse and I'm hereby submitting a last minute nomination.
While most of you know me as being a moderator on Super User, I'm also the one who proposed Web Apps and sadly wasn't allowed to propose this Gaming though I did propose literally dozens of example questions for it on Area51.
Why did I bore you with these facts? Well, I haven't gathered sufficient rep on Gaming to be able to vote to close or even edit (before the edit proposals were introduced). So, while I might not look active on Gaming, I can assure you that I spend a considerable amount of time on this site. Sadly, the only game I currently play is Starcraft 2 and we all know that's a place between a rock and @tzenes... Regardless of my lack of answering, I did get the Electorate badge which indicates I do read a lot of questions.
I also was very active in the Bridge chatroom during the beta. However, since I became a freelancer I found it too tempting and distracting to hang out there all day long! However, that's not to say I'm not available on chat all day long, just no longer for random chit-chatting with @badp or @Arda Xi.
I also participated a lot on Meta, though mostly indirect, since I'm often humbled by @Grace Note's input. However, I'm sure enough users have heard my opinion in the chatroom regarding those Meta discussions.
Furthermore, I've used my experience from moderating Super User to help guide new pro-temp moderators from all the new SE-sites in our moderator chat room. This is also where my zealous resentment against
identify-this-game come from. I've seen these questions pop up on every SE-site, only to see them cause problems later on. I pride myself in helping Diago "tighten the rules on Super User so that it has one of the clearest goals in the network" (thank you ChrisF). Which is what I hope to achieve on Gaming as well.
With me, Gaming will get a moderator who has experience with moderating on the network and who cares about the site's functioning and the topic itself. I won't passively watch the community moderate itself, because I feel that I know what the community wants. I'm strict in applying the rules, but open for discussion and fair in my judgement.
Personally, I would prefer if the current mods kept doing their job. I feel like I wasn't needed as much after the beta. However, since @Oak hasn't nominated himself and I know @Juan is quite busy, I hope I can contribute to this site in their place.