Dating site for video gamers
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That said some people do, so a site claiming to be “ is straight forward, supply just your first name and an email address and you’re in.
Fortunately for those that are just curious the site is, on the surface at least, free to use, allowing you to browse and search for other users in a limited capacity.
There is no mention of cost on sign-up, but like many others earns its keep through premium additional features, such as its messaging service.
What happens when you mix male gamers, pretty girls, and a social platform where girls that connects the two for a price?
Business Week wrote an article describing Game Crush as "part social network, part online dating site, and a lot of Grand Theft Auto." The same article revealed the founders to be Eric Strasser, David Good, and Anees Iqbal.
Strasser revealed that the site had more than 5,000 women and 1,000 men participating in its private beta.
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So, is , which on name alone seems a more reputable venture, a more reputable site?
We wanted to find out — does it contain any actual gaming enthusiasts looking for their long-term co-op partner, or is it just another generic dating site? Now, there’s no shame in looking for love online, in fact I do a different, more solitary, search most evenings — however online dating is not something I’ve considered, nor had to do.
Game Crush members (the site focuses on female players, due to their relative scarcity in console online gaming) can post profiles with pictures, videos and gaming information and interact with other members through text chat, video chat and private messages.
The site launched publicly on September 28, 2010, the same day it presented as a finalist at San Francisco's Tech Crunch Disrupt Game Crush is different than most social gaming sites in that Game Crush credits can be used to buy and give gifts that hold real world value.