COLLEGE PARK, MD - November 2, 2006 - Goozex, Inc. has added PC games to its trading platform to meet growing customer demand. The addition of PC games to the company's product line is an important growth milestone. According to the NPD Group, an entertainment consulting firm, the PC game market had $953 million in sales in 2005. Goozex expects PC games to be a strong trading segment primarily because of the lack of options available to the end consumer. As evidence, over 800 unique PC titles have been added by members to the Goozex library since they were made available on October 31, 2006.
The addition of PC games is largely fueled by customer demands, and is an extension of Goozex's commitment to be a user driven service. "The response we've received since our appearance in December's PCGamer has been driving us to really get PC games available on Goozex," said Jonathan Dugan, Founder and COO. He continued to say that, "you can't find PC games for trade in regular used video game stores and outside of eBay and Half.com, you really can't find it anywhere else. Needless to say, we are extremely excited about adding PC games and we plan to fully support this trading segment with augmented services."
More community driven PC game related features are expected to be introduced on Goozex over the next few months. Already supporting PC trades is a private messaging communications tool built in September. It is designed to let traders resolve disputes and interact with each other in ways that create a more vibrant gaming community.
About Goozex, Inc.
Goozex, Inc. is an award winning peer-to-multi-peer trading company headquartered in College Park, Maryland. Currently, it is the leading company in the world that offers an automated point system to provide a fair market value for used video games that can be used for purchasing other video games. Incorporated in March 2006, Goozex, Inc. is building a nationwide user base targeted towards video game players. Please visit our website at www.goozex.com
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