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Join Video Game Auctions for its first birthday

Celebrate with fast growing auction site as it goes free of charge!

<b>02/05/06</b> ­ Dedicated games auction website (VGA) is delighted to announce it is currently free of charge, as the proclaimed site gears up to celebrate its first birthday.

Aimed solely at committed gamers, VGA has a been a runaway hit since launching in June 2005. The site consistently attracts 17,000 visitors a month from over 40 countries, as far afield as the UK, US, Hong Kong and Argentina, racking up an astounding 1.6 million page views in the first quarter of 2006. A popular choice amongst gamers, the average visitor looks at 34 auctions and stays at the site for at least five minutes a time.

As it heads towards its first birthday, the owners of VGA are inviting gamers to try the site free-of-charge. Visitors to VGA are invited to try the site and its comprehensive, yet easy-to-use listings system. The vast range of categories on VGA gives gamers the chance to sell anything related to video gaming, from retro games consoles to full-size coin-ops, PC hardware and the very latest import PSP games.

Striking a cord with gamers who are fed up of wading through so-called "ultra rare" PS2 games, or paying through the nose for an NTSC Xbox 360 console, VGA offers a range of improvements to games item listings you just won't find elsewhere.

VGA also offers a Store facility for bulk sellers, again completely free of charge. VGA Store holders can include text information about themselves as well as banners and logos.

Ensuring buyers and sellers can quickly and securely finalise their transactions, an instant Paypal checkout is incorporated into VGA and available to all sellers. Together with a strict anti-piracy stance, trading on VGA is a safe experience.

Proprietor Steve Lucas said:

³Myself and the team are delighted to be celebrating the first anniversary of VGA and we want more gamers to join the party and visit our site. We always wanted to offer gamers a viable alternative to other mainstream auction websites and our dedicated users are helping us towards this goal. VGA already has many users from across the globe, but we would like even more gamers to give us a try, you never know ­ you many even find that rare game you¹ve been after for ages!²

The auction portal for gamers, VGA is online now at


<b>About Video Game Auctions</b> is an online auction portal revolutionising online video games auctions. Tired of seeing copies of games incorrectly listed as 'ultra rare' or the increasing number of bootlegs and pirated goods ­ VGA tackles games auctions in a new way, with a raft of value added listings, currently completely free to sell or browse.

<b>For more information:</b>
Will Guyatt
Public Relations

Steve Lucas

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