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Amazon Digital Game Store

Amazon Digital Game Store is a digital video game distribution service owned by the international electronic commerce company It was launched on 3 February 2009, having 600+ game titles available for download at that time.[1] On 7 August 2013 it was launched in United Kingdom.[2]

On 12 November 2013, Amazon launched a digital PlayStation store.[3] Gamers can buy PS3, PS Vita or PS4 game from Amazon and receive a code for use over the PlayStation Network.[4] On 11 December 2013, the digital PlayStation store was launched in UK too.[4]


  1. ^ Amazon enters downloadable PC game industry, 3 February 2009, Nino Marchetti, TG Daily, retrieved at 2013-12-22
  2. ^ Amazon Launches Digital Download Service for PC and Mac, 7 August 2013, Daniel Krupa, IGN, retrieved at 2013-12-22
  3. ^ Sony now lets you buy digital PlayStation games from Amazon and other retailers, 12 November 2013, Matt Brian, Engadget, retrieved at 2013-12-22
  4. ^ a b Amazon UK launches digital PlayStation store, 11 December 2013, Christopher Dring, MCV, retrieved at 2013-12-22

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  • Amazon Digital Game Store US
  • Amazon Digital Game Store UK
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