A new and surreal story in the long collection of ridicules starring G2A. The journalist Thomas Faust, from the portal specialized in independent video games Indie Games Plus, you have shared a message from a G2A representative who wanted to put on your website an article written by the company in exchange for money. The letter explained that ” I represented a digital store called G2A. Our company is one of the largest and most popular exchange platforms in the world, a place where sellers and buyers of video games and other digital and physical elements contact to make transactions. “
G2A tried to hide a promotional text in a web of indie games in exchange for moneyG2A recognized to be” trying to improve our public image as a brand, especially among independent studios and humble developers “, and regretted that “unfortunately, most of the public does not understand our model of business or how we ensure that our customers can securely purchase digital products. We want people to understand that we do everything to support the player community, and we introduce every possible method to ensure that every part of the business is satisfied. & Quot; How do you intend to wash the image of your brand? Writing their own articles and putting them on indie game websites.
According to the message shared by Faust, the G2A proposal was completely grotesque: “We have written an objective article on the theme ‘Sell stolen keys in Digital gaming markets is practically impossible’ and we would like to publish it on your website without appearing as promoted content or unrelated to G2A “. ” It is a transparent view on the problem of the sale of keys “, explained Adrian, ” attached to excerpt from the article. If you want the full article, let me know ” The journalist, instead of asking for the article, have posted part of the message in the network, exposing the surrealist plans of G2A with its portal.
With this, G2A has starred two controversies today The first revolved around his defense of what his shop means to the humblest studios, although facing the gallery showed a more bellicose image towards indie developers, it seems that the firm does worry about the perception that players have of their store. is very likely that there will be new movements by the firm after the publication of the controversial tweet.