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Submitted by wita 646d ago | interview

Video game e-commerce: It’s about serving the fans

Electronic Arts and Treehouse are doing video game e-commerce right and putting the attention where it needs to be: on the brands and the people who love them. (BioWare, Dead Space 3, EA, Halo 4, Industry, Plants vs Zombies, PopCap)

roblef  +   646d ago
Is this really a thing? How many more little figurines do we need?
RockYou  +   646d ago
You can never have enough?
wita  +   646d ago
As long as they keep getting cooler, people will buy 'em, is my guess!

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