GamesGrabr launches online store

Video game social network GamesGrabr has teamed up with digital distribution service Sony DADC Genba to sell games.

Right now only digital PC titles through Steam are available. Over time GamesGrabr says it has plans to sell games across a variety of platforms and also aims to be selling boxed titles in 2015.

At launch 50 games are available, including titles from the likes of Disney, Capcom and Warner Bros.

Consumers can also still buy titles from online retailers that GamesGrabr has affilate deals with such as Amazon and GAME.

Sony DADC’s Genba servicewas launched in beta last year.

We have always been about providing an engaging and social experience, keeping members within our community when buying or playing games is always something we planned,” said GamesGrabr CEO Tony Pearce.

GamesGrabr is the ultimate gaming platform helping users to curate their favorite games collections and engage with other users and we constantly seek to satisfy the demand for the best and latest gaming experiences.

Genba will enable our users to receive retail-ready content from a variety of publishers allowing us to get great games into our customers’ hands fast. We have some cracking offers available from launch and will continue to offer the best games at the lowest prices.”

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