We love launching new domain extensions at Enom, from .DENTIST to .SOCIAL and everything in between. Every new domain extension represents an innovative way for people, companies, and brands to put themselves online, but not many embody pure, unbridled fun the way the new .GAMES extension does. Fortunately, .GAMES goes into General Availability on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 (and if you act today, you can still grab a domain in the last day of the Early Access Phase), so the time to get this incredibly fun domain is here.
If you’re a gamer yourself, you’re in good company, with over 155 million Americans regularly playing video games. On top of that, add in those that enjoy board games, card games, sports, and casino gaming, and suddenly, you can see why .GAMES has the potential to click with so many people.
With so many gaming fans, it’s no wonder that games are big business, too. Game software is expected to be a $115 billion a year industry by 2020, and tabletop gaming (card games, board games, miniatures, etc.) is already an $880 million market. There are over 3,500 game development companies worldwide, not to mention independent and freelance games designers, many of which could benefit from a descriptive, memorable .GAMES domain.
Whether you’re a gamer, a game developer, or just enjoy fun and entertainment, .GAMES is the perfect domain extension to make your mark online.
Who can benefit the most from .GAMES?
- Game streamers and live video content creators
- Game development companies, publishers, and distributors
- Independent and freelance game developers and designers
- Games journalists and bloggers
- Professional and amateur sports teams, leagues, and events
- Casino gaming
- Hobby shops and gaming lounges
Where else can I find information on .GAMES?
Even though it hasn’t even entered General Availability, there are already several sources to get more information on .GAMES:
Are you inspired to take your passion for gaming online? Start searching for a .GAMES domain today, or reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to know more.