With this site, though, you can trade with anyone in the United States.
Midland City, AL (PRWEB) December 19, 2008
WOW-TCG-Trading-Post.com, a venue for participating in the World of Warcraft trading card game, was launched in December 2008 by James Smith. Expanding the configuration of the site, they have recently announced the addition of a products page.
"I started this site because I'm still a kid at heart. I have never lost the love for games," said Smith. "The World of Warcraft, or WOW, trading game is a great way to keep your mind active and sharp. It also allows you to socialize with a wide range of people."
Expanding on the unique services and benefits offered through the site, Smith explained how the site partners WOW enthusiasts on a broader scale than previously realized.
"This site is quite unique in that it creates an entire online community of traders. There is physical trading during tournaments, but you're always limited by the number of people that show up in your region," said Smith. "With this site, though, you can trade with anyone in the United States."
Offering a venue for many different aspects of the WOW experience, the site will also display the WOW-related artwork of its users.
"This is a great way for creative artists to get their WOW art seen," said Smith. "It will be featured on the homepage along with the artist's name."
Expanding the site's services, they have announced plans to offer both trading services and a new products page.
"There are lots of websites that sell these products, but we're the only one I've found where you can purchase and trade with one another," said Smith. "We're a one-stop site for the WOW trading card game. Purchase cards, find what you need, or trade out cards you have with other players. You can do it all through the site."
The product page will contain new sets of trading cards such as the Drums of War loot cards and more. The projected product page will also include older card game sets.
"We want the site to be accessible to all our customers. That's why the product page is meant to carry new and old card game sets," said Smith. "This site isn't geared towards any one type of gamer. Whether you're just starting WOW or have been playing for years, you can find what you need."
Establishing a company blog at http://www.WOW-TCG-Trading-Post-Info.com, the newly launched site will contain information about World of Warcraft as well as the related card trading game and tournaments.
Launched in December 2008 by World of Warcraft enthusiast James Smith, WOW-TCG-Trading-Post.com contains World of Warcraft trading cards as well as a system to trade these cards. The site is also looking into adding a "Tournaments" page.
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