G2A.com: Special Discount offer for Gamers

Published On: August 21st, 2015

Moshi-Moshi gamers! Moshi-moshi means hello in Japanese and now that you have learnt how to greet people in a foreign language, there’s surprise for you. G2A.com, a popular online gaming retailer, is right now providing a special Independence Day offer to especially Indian gamers. The offer is valid till 31st August, 2015. You’ll get the privilege to avail upto 80% off on any game listed in the Independence Day special offer. All you have to do is, visit the mentioned link given below and use the coupon code-INDE 5 to avail the offer.


Don’t worry, this isn’t the end as there are also more exciting offers to look for. You can earn G2A credit called Goldmine and use it to earn some real cash. You can even use the goldmines to buy and avail some special products by G2A. You can refer the images and link below to know about how this process works:


Now, it’s time for you to hook your headphones and listen to “In The End”, as we’re going to discuss about the last and the most important feature of the game-retail website. You can even sell your games if you want to. All you have to do is, just register and create an id at- https://id.g2a.com/register

So, what are you waiting for? Just don’t get stuck listening to-“In The End” as it’s time to “Runaway and Open Up Your Mind!”

Amlan is a hardcore gaming freak, who is the COO and Editor-in-Chief at Tech Legends. Presently, he is pursuing his B.Tech in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. He is an avid fan of gadgets and always keeps in touch with what's happening around in the tech world. Apart from gaming and technology, he loves to research a lot regarding the culture and geography of various countries, cities, etc. He is also a writer and his first book titled,"A Brief Study of Japan", was published when he was in 9th grade. His motto is, "Keep moving forward and never ever give up".


  1. Didn’t get the thing by “sell your games if you want to” , g2a sells only digital keys .so how to sell if only I have few games