G2A Tries to Improve Its Reputation, Introduces Seller Verification
G2A Tries to Improve Its Reputation, Introduces Seller Verification

G2A’s reputation got fishy after YouTuber LevelCapGaming said that they are a “den of thieves”. Game publisher TinyBuild said that they haven’t received anything from G2A after $450,000 worth of keys got resold through the site.

In order to improve their image, the site has introduced Seller Verification now. The seller verification function will consist of user’s social media verification and phone number. There will be a limit on the number of keys that the user can sell without further checks. The further checking will include credit card, PayPal and address verification.

The game key seller also promises to give upto 10% royalties back to game-publishers on each deal. Also, they will grant game-publishers the access to their database to allow them to monitor the flow of keys through the system.

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