Entries in 'ebay' (19)
Remember that time it looked as if we might just have caught glimpse of Nintendo’s still highly secretive NX controller?
The Pokémon Go Plus peripheral is not launching until the end of July, but it’s already sold out on most online retailers in the US.
Ever dreamed of owning some of Richard Garriott’s blood? What do you mean, no?
Phuong Nguyen, head of eBay Advertising, discusses how games brands can utilise online insight to find new shopping groups
Gamers looking for a cheaper Wii U or 3DS now have an official route to score a cheaper console.
Auction site eBay is removing listings for PS4s that have Konami’s now-gone horror demo PT installed on their hard drive.
Still not received your New 3DS Ambassador Edition invite from Nintendo? There may still be hope.
£6,800 – that was the return one punter saw on their £19.94 investment as the rush to get hold of Sony’s 20th Anniversary PS4 sweeps Ebay.
The rush to sell defective Amiibo figures for sky-high prices is on.
A defective version of Nintendo’s Samus Aran Amiibo figure has sold for an incredible amount on auction site Ebay.
A new poll claims that 49 per cent of UK users have become wary of eBay following last week's news of a security breach.
Leading online retailer eBay has urged its users to change their passwords after its systems were attacked by hackers.
Listings for phones and tablets carrying the now-deleted Flappy Bird have been pulled from auction site eBay.
Gamesaid has begun a Christmas campaign to get games firms to donate unwanted merchandise to its eBay activity.
Shoppers are currently paying through the nose to secure Xbox One and PS4 consoles on eBay.
Over 10,000 PS4 consoles were sold on eBay last weekend.
Online auction giant eBay has acquired UK courier business Shutl.
Phuong Nguyen, the head of eBay Advertising in the UK, looks at the firm’s data and discusses festive shopping trends and the opportunities that this presents for the video game ...
Consumers will soon be able to choose for some of their eBay purchases to be collected from Argos stores rather than be delivered to their doors.