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    Steam random CD keys- is it worth it?

    Nicely done

    24 january 2020 11:48 1625


    24 january 2020 11:48 1625

    Oh really i got banned?

    24 january 2020 18:31 1625

    most people probably knew that but good one

    26 january 2020 17:56 1625

    It`s not worth it.

    26 january 2020 18:22 1625

    that's fair enough but i think if we buy a one of the chest's available in reward's section that will be better then buy a random steam key🤓

    27 january 2020 14:36 1625

    Thanks for the post

    29 january 2020 03:33 1625

    Sooo basicaly the chests here are worthless thanks for the heads up 😅

    29 january 2020 07:15 1625

    How to get sg I have 35 sg So hard to get

    29 january 2020 07:49 1625

    I got psychonauts from chest, random key gave me Two worlds epic edition. Not sure if i will play any of these

    29 january 2020 14:18 1625

    but random cd key is cheap
    5 random steam key +304 soul gems = 1 premium random steam key
    If you think you has little bit luck
    I recommend 5 random steam key

    29 january 2020 14:31 1625

    35 soul gems? do tutorial

    29 january 2020 14:32 1625

    too many spam comments over here...

    29 january 2020 20:51 1625

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    Over the past few weeks, however, a darker side of the community has emerged. Several competitive players and community members have reported experiencing a culture of harassment and toxicity. The community members took to social media to reveal harrowing personal stories of racism, sexism, transphobia and sexual abuse. To make matters worse, some professional TF2 players have responded to the social media posts with insults and derogatory terms aimed at the victims. Since the reports of toxicity in the competitive scene emerged, other players have come forward with their own stories, and it seems the problem is pervasive. The affected branches of the TF2 community include the TF2 workshop, Steam comments and public matches in the game itself.

    Although many of the competitive leagues have responded with statements, bans and policy changes, some have remained silent on the issue. Players have also reported the toxicity goes beyond the competitive sphere to almost all parts of the Team Fortress 2 community - so the question is, should Valve do more to discourage it?

    Warning: contains some sexual and offensive content.

    The online discussion was initially provoked when one competitive TF2 player, Alex "Arekk" Uth from team Froyotech, used the transphobic term "tranny" to describe invitational TF2 player Jenny "Nursey" Tempalski live on a Twitch stream. The clip has been taken offline, but Eurogamer has seen the recording and can verify its existence. Since this occurred, Tempalski stated Arekk has apologised, but the inci

    30 january 2020 06:22 1625

    There is something better!

    There is another option for who wants a mystery game.
    You can buy a "premium random steam CD key" for 2299 soul gems.
    This random key will give you a much more valuable game.(around 10$)
    Personally, i've got 2 games from the simple ones, and 1 premium game.
    I have got the games "CMD 2048" and "Othello 2018" from the simple ones.
    From the premium i've got the game "Brutal legend" its a really nice game that cost 10$.

    30 january 2020 06:22 1625

    There is 95% to get a 1$ game. 4.20% to get a 5$ game and 0.80% to get a 10$ + game.
    The chance of hitting a AAA game is 0.001%.
    Of course the number of keys you'll need to buy before getting a certain game tier may vary up and down by your luck.

    30 january 2020 06:22 1625

    The best times to buy a key

    From time to time, gamehag is discounting the price of the keys. those are usually from 2%-10% off.
    The lowest that gamehag has discounted was 30% off.

    Redeeming your prize

    After you got your key, do the following:
    1.Open steam.
    2.Click on the plus button in the bottom-left.
    3.Click "Activate a product on Steam".
    4.Click "Agree".
    5.Enter your code and download your game.
    6.Enjoy your game!

    I don't want this game what can i do?

    Don't like the game? you can do nothing with it, unless you have access to the steam marketplace.
    If you have access to Steam marketplace, try to sell it. most of the times nobody will buy it, but you may get some cash out of it.

    To finish, if you want a specific game, then buy the game.
    If you want a random indie game buy the simple key.
    If you want a random quality game, buy the premium key.
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    30 january 2020 06:22 1625

    nice post dude i like it

    30 january 2020 09:41 1625

    nice post dude i like it :D

    30 january 2020 09:42 1625

    I dont think so since they are not good games to play.

    30 january 2020 13:01 1625

    thanks for sharing. goodjob

    30 january 2020 13:05 1625

    its a really good post and I have also used some random keys at quite a few times, The best I came up with was a 1$+ game(considering I'm from a country where games are cheap) so yeah its not best for those who are not looking to expand their libraries with some casual, not soo good games.

    30 january 2020 13:19 1625

    I Think free items is Very good Becase you get for free Them.
    So Yea i think this is Good

    30 january 2020 16:38 1625

    idk is it though

    30 january 2020 18:03 1625

    i mean like maybe

    30 january 2020 18:03 1625

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