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An Island in the Sea of Me-Too Online Gaming Communities

Orange County, CA (PR)– July 20, 2009 In a sea of video gaming information sites, blog sites, news sites and forums, one site stands out above the rest. Even though it’s only been around a little over a year no one can argue with the success on what started out as simply a gaming dedicated auction site to compete with Ebay. ChaseTheChuckwagon.com has morphed from just a video gaming auction site to a unique, all-inclusive online video gaming destination where you can participate in gaming auctions, gaming forums, gaming chats and get the latest news and gossip coming from the video game industry. According to Mike Kennedy, founder and owner of ChaseTheChuckwagon.com, the net is in need of something fresh as it relates to online gaming communities.

Mike explains,“It has always been my intention to grow into a gaming community, not just an auction site for gamers. A community where you can interact and get to know those you are buying and selling amongst. A community that has standards of conduct now lost on Ebay. A community unlike anything else currently available to gamers today.” And taking potshots at Ebay has been easy these days as all forums are littered with disgruntled Ebay buyers and sellers. Add to that Ebay’s fees are continuing to rise while sellers are seeing poorer and poorer sales results and it is no wonder why ChaseTheChuckwagon.com is gaining ground and becoming a legitimate auction alternative to Ebay for all video gamers.


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