Waygoz Call of Duty:MW3 Launch Party
I want to give a huge thank you to Liana K and Ed the Sock for coming out and helping us show users how to use Waygoz.com. I also want to give a very special thanks to Jean-Paul Rehr and Josh Kerbel for asking us to be a part of Waygoz and throwing such an awesome party. And a colossal thanks to everyone who dragged their asses out on a Monday night to hang out with us! You guys are super rad and I loved meeting you!
Dj Misty kept the party going with her wicked mix of amazing tunes and, everyone was able to jump right into the game and play for a few hours before the it dropped at midnight.
My favorite part of the night? Watching Liana own in COD. She’s freakin’ good, man. Me? I couldn’t walk 10 feet before gettin’ my ass fragged.
So what is Waygoz?
In case you’ve been off-planet for the last few weeks, Waygoz is an innovative game trading site that connects gamers and allows them to trade their games directly.
We loved this idea because nothing is more irritating than spending an much as $80 for a video game only to be kicked in the balls when it comes time to trade in. In most cases, you’re lucky if you get a few bucks for it Waygoz wants to eliminate that.
Their goal is hook you up with gamers in your area who are looking to trade their games. This is already happening in your circles of friends, you trade games either permanently or temporarily because it’s a cost effective way to keep your gaming habits going. Waygoz is simply formalizing the process and widening your trading circle. 100% free.
On your Waygoz profile, you can list the games you have and the games you want. When you arrange a trade, you’ll be able to pick from a list of designated trading places or swap meet events. There are a number of other features that personalize experience and keep users protected from bad-trades.
Thanks again for making the effort to come out and we hope to see you at the next event!