For $25 a month, Loot Gaming’s themed crates will feature a curated selection of items from the best video game brands, including indies, AAA, retro and new releases. Each crate will feature 4-6 premium items, with most exclusively manufactured for Loot Crate. In addition, it will include a game manual style booklet and exclusive collector’s Loot Gaming pin for a total retail value of more than $60. In addition to collectibles, apparel, accessories and physical items, Loot Gaming will on occasion include digital items such as downloadable games, digital items or in game DLC.
“We know that our audience loves video games, which is exactly why we wanted to offer an experience that extends beyond the joystick, keyboard or controller. Loot Gaming will give people the chance to own a piece of those gaming universes and join an active community of fans who love those same great franchises,” said Matthew Arevalo, co-founder of Loot Crate. “We’re working alongside developers and publishers to create exclusive products for Loot Gaming crates, and they are just as excited as we are to bring these universes and characters into the real world.”
With more than a half million Looters for its flagship subscription service, Loot Crate has relationships with the hottest video game, entertainment and consumer product companies in the world, including Disney, Warner Bros., Nintendo, Activision, Minecraft, Bethesda and many more. As appropriate for its monthly themed boxes, Loot Crate will continue to feature some video game items. Most recently, Loot Crate has made Limited Edition Crates tied to Fallout 4, Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Nintendo Amiibos and more.
Fans can sign-up for email updates starting today, and Loot Gaming will go on sale soon. For more information, visit: www.lootcrate.com/lootgaming
David "AnjelusX" Slauenwhite
Anjel Syndicate Editor-in-Chief, Gamer, Lover of Books, Conjurer of Words, Worlds, and Stories, Coffee Worshiper, and Nova Scotian. "I've been gaming since I stood on milk crates to reach the controls. New games, retro games, you name it, I probably love it."