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Gigex Announces the G-Card

Gigex today announced the G-Card, a new standardized service for marketing video games to consumers, retail and the trade. The G-Card will allow video game publishers t...
Gigex today announced the G-Card, a new standardized service for marketing video games to consumers, retail and the trade. The G-Card will allow video game publishers to highlight the most vital aspects of a game - including the description, demo, video trailer, review, press and news, screen shots, rating, retail links, fan sites - and quickly publish this information as a virtual sell sheet. All assets, including the demo and trailer, will be hosted by Gigex. The publisher will receive a link that can be placed on their site and emailed to trade press, retailers and consumers. The G-Card will also be available in the searchable databases of both Gigex.com and Gamedaily.com. The G-Card service and asset hosting is free to video game publishers with upgrade and advertising options to include distribution to the targeted audiences of Gigex and GameDAILY. The G-Card will be shown at exclusively this week at E3 in the Gigex booth in Kentia Hall 7517.

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