Isn't web forum culture in general kind of an old person's game, relatively speaking? All the kids are snapchatting and instagramming and tiktokking and discording. What high-school/college person wants to register an account for an individual discussion board that you have to read inside a web browser like it's 2003? It would be like a mid-00s teen looking for the latest content via BBS instead of IGN. It still has value, especially for those of us that grew up using it, but it's being inevitably superseded by other formats. Hopefully they'll still have large-print versions of Era and Reddit and MetaFilter in the retirement home.