Digital download store opens branch within Facebook.

NEW YORK - September 17, 2010

GamersGate, the leading digital distribution platform for PC and Mac games, today announced the beta opening of the GamersGate store on Facebook. Users can search, browse and add the games they love to their carts without leaving Facebook. GamersGate on Facebook features an easy one-click login process that lets you shop for new games without ever leaving Facebook.

Beyond normal search and browse functions, GamersGate on Facebook allows you to view product information and screen shots, save your favorite games and share them with your Facebook friends. Additionally, you can publish your GamersGate activities on Facebook and add your fellow GamersGate friends to your GamersGate buddy list and monitor which games they are buying and reviewing.

GamersGate on Facebook was the next logical step in our progression as the leading digital distribution retailer, said Theodore Bergquist, CEO, GamersGate. Our Facebook presence reiterates our goal to be available anytime, anywhere.

Comment, Like and grab a hold of your favorite games directly from the GamersGate store on Facebook today:

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About GamersGate

GamersGate is a leading digital distribution platform creating easily accessible gaming experiences for gamers worldwide anytime, anywhere. Viewed as a strong contender in the digital download arena, GamersGate continues to redefine the download industry and future strategies including the launch of several accompanying services and comprehensive tools, in addition to an aggressively growing product portfolio with over 2,000 games from a wide range of internationally recognized publishers. For more information, check out the GamersGate website at

Joe Ziemer, TriplePoint, for GamersGate

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