Gamer Reaction, a popular gaming website featuring podcasts and articles, has partnered with GameStreamer to create a customized online game store. The store is expected to go live this week on GamerReaction.tv/.
Like GameStreamer’s flagship game store, Gamer Reaction’s store will carry more than 2,500 titles, ranging from MMOs to children’s games.
“At Gamer Reaction, we are constantly talking about all the games we are playing or looking forward to or remember from years ago,” says Dianna Lora, Gamer Reaction Producer. “A GameStreamer game store seemed like the obvious choice to us. We tell people about games, and then they don't even have to leave our website to get them. Gamer Reaction tosses the ball up, GameStreamer dunks it.”
Gamer Reaction joins a growing roster of sites that have GameStreamer game stores. Game stores are an additional revenue source for partners, as well as an added benefit to their site visitors. All of GameStreamer’s partner game stores are customized to the game store partner’s brand and benefit from exclusive offers available only to GameStreamer partner stores. Game store partners have full control over their stores via an administrative site.
A leading innovator in digital distribution of games, GameStreamer (gamestreamer.net) operates a B2B and B2C network with clients across the globe. GameStreamer’s cloud-distributed information architecture ensures smooth and uninterrupted online gaming.
About Gamer Reaction
Gamer Reaction’s web series, weekly podcast and articles focus on the common gamer, a term Gamer Reaction staff members (gamerreaction.tv) use to describe themselves. The site’s main goal is to give people a platform to voice their opinions, but also remind them that not all good publications and shows are done by studios with big budgets. They are done by their friends and peers. Gamer Reaction staff members say they’re “a group of gamers who wanted to be heard and share that ability with everyone we possibly could.” They are always expanding and adding new things to their show and website, but their mission remains unmuddled and steadfast. They want their fans to tell them, and the world, what they think about video games.