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How big is the used games industry in India?

Replay, Bootstrapp Gaming .. Do people buy used games?

3 years, 8 months ago
Sachith Sudarshan
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I love the fact that users can buy a pre-owned games, it helps the community in a way as well since the games become a bit more reasonable.

Really wonder how they have been able to make their margins though :)

I have bought some pre-owned games from bootstrapp (earlier Games Inc) and the service and quality has been quite good. So yes it does work. A lot my friends buy it from OLX as well :) So yes people do sell gaming stuff there too.

3 years, 8 months ago
Shrey Mishra
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The gaming industry for x-box is less abundant than PS, if you talk about India. So If you own an x-box like me, it's always a struggle getting your fav games be it in any condition(used or new). But there are a few sites you can check:

1) ebay.in 2) olx 3) quikr 4) amazon.in

There are some other sites as well which specifically deal in games and give u credit points and stuff while selling and purchasing games like :

1)bootstrapp.in 2)gamexs.in 3)gamesgarage.in 4)intencity.in 5)game4you.com

If your a wise guy, you'd check on these sites. If you're wiser, you'll ask your friends first if they have the game or not. :P

3 years, 8 months ago
Mandeep Bhogal
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I usually find some nice deals on OLX and other classified portals.

Would be great if these kind of deals are available here. A lot of times I do not get my games on these sites :(

3 years, 8 months ago
Nordic Slayer
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Also there is a nice catalog of games available on Snapdeal.

3 years, 8 months ago
Nordic Slayer
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