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Submitted by Aclay 627d ago | article

One company's quest for the 'holy grail': Reselling digital games

Gamasutra- Consumers have been selling used games since nearly the dawn of the industry, but while video games have evolved into new, digital formats, used sales haven't yet broken away from their retail roots.

But it might not stay that way forever, as companies like GameStop have been noting their interest in reselling digital goods. The leading game retailer recently told us that it isn't actively pursuing that business just yet -- only researching -- but other companies are.

One company that's looking into the possibility is a startup known as ReDigi. In fact, the company has already made headway in unlocking the used digital marketplace. (Industry, ReDigi)

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