GAME retailers begin selling Steam cards

UK-based video game retailer GAME have begun stocking and selling Steam product cards in attempt to capture more of the PC market.

The retail stores will begin selling cards in the denominations of 5, 10, 15 and 20. You will add the value to your Steam account using the one-time code located on the card. That's not all, the video game retailers will soon begin stocking tablets with the Steam catalog on them for your browsing pleasure. The US video game retailer GameStop has made this method of selling digital titles popular stateside.

GAME CEO Martin Gibss said of the announcement;
This is the latest initiative offering unrivalled value, range and ease of obtaining digital content for our UK gaming community.

We are delighted to be partnering with Steam as we look to grow our PC gaming communities together. The partnership forms a significant part of our increased offering for any PC gamer which will also include a full digital catalogue available on tablets in store to browse and new ways to pay for digital downloads, making the process easier and more secure than ever.
Do you UK folk find this convenient?