How to make a group on Roblox

Tim Vickers

Roblox was created by Roblox Corporation in 2005 as a platform for creating and playing video games. It provides a variety of genres including racing, fighting, hardcore, and adventure games.

Since it is a multiplayer forum, acquiring the precise knowledge on how to form a group on Roblox is essential.

This multiple-player platform allows groups of people can come together to create and play games created by other users. It can be accessed on platforms such as Android, Apple, macOS, Xbox One, Fire OS, and Microsoft Windows.

To access Roblox, you will be required to create an account. Roblox Corporation advocates for each person to create their own account to protect their privacy, items, and Robux.

How to create an account on Roblox

To create an account on Roblox follow these steps:

  • Visit the
  • Click on “Sign Up” and fill in the personal details
  • Click “Sign Up” at the bottom to complete the process
  • Visit Settings and click ‘Account’ for email verification (this is optional)

Upon successful creation of an account, you can join a group to start playing games.

To create a Roblox group, you need to have membership on Roblox Premium and 100 Robux. All Roblox members can access premium membership. Roblox Premium was until recently, known as the Builders Club.

Upon signing up on Roblox, a member is awarded a bonus of R$100 Robux. You can also buy Robux directly through credit, debit cards, and PayPal payment methods. You can, for instance, buy R400 for $4.95 on the platform.

What is Robux?

Robux is the currency used on Roblox. Players use Robux to create groups and to buy accessories for their game characters. You can also get Robux from groups by creating and selling gaming items such as clothing or games that other users can buy using their Robux.

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How to make a group on Roblox

To make your own group on Roblox:

  • On your device, visit
  • If you’re not logged in, log in to your Roblox account with your username and password
  • On the menu click on ‘Groups’
  • Select “Create Group”
  • Choose a group name that is less than 50 characters
  • Fill in an enticing description of the group
  • Create an emblem/logo for your group
  • Select your preferred membership accessibility in settings. You can decide to allow anyone to join your group by choosing the “Anyone Can Join” button. You can also choose the “Manual Approval” where you get to vet and allow members to join your group.
  • Click ‘Purchase’

The group has been successfully formed and you can now invite your friends to join.

How to make a Roblox group logo

  • Click ‘Browse’
  • Choose an image
  • Click ‘Open’
  • Select the ‘Save’ button

The image must adhere to the Roblox guidelines and it must be in jpg or png format. It should also be square in shape and 256 x 256 in size.

How to own a group on Roblox without BC

It is also possible to create a group without membership in the Builders Club. Here is how to make a group on Roblox without BC:

  • Visit and click on “Create Group”
  • Select a random name for your group and input in the box
  • Scroll down to the last page
  • Find a group with few or no members and has ‘public’ settings
  • The group should show it is owned by “No One” at the top left of the screen
  • Click “Join Group”
  • Complete the verification process
  • Click on the three buttons on the top right and select “Claim Ownership”
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You can now control and customize the group settings to your preferences.

Roblox groups form communities where diverse users can engage in playing video games. Forming your own Roblox group is easy and you can start enjoying gaming in no time. Since it is possible to create a group with or without premium membership, go on and create your group and join the fantastic Roblox gaming community for great and thrilling gaming entertainment.

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