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3DGence and G2A Team Up to Bring Your Game Characters to Life

Polish manufacturer of the 3DGence ONE 3D printer has partnered with G2A, an online video game marketplace, for the G2A 3D+ project.

The project aims at creating a tool for gamers to 3D print characters out of their video game as well as a offering a platform to upload, share or sell 3D models. Their vision is for gamers to be able to 3D print any character on the screen with the click of a button. Those who do not own a 3D printer will be able to send it directly to a service provider and have it delivered to their doorstep.

3DPLUS_3d_print_video_game_character“G2A.COM has been following 3D printing market very closely and has chosen to partner with the best 3D printer manufacturer, 3DGence. Both companies have plenty in common – in-depth knowledge of their market and desire of delivering the best products, services and overall best experience possible. G2A 3D+ will bridge the gap between virtual and real world,” said Patryk Kadlec, Head of Global Business Development at G2A and Co-founder of 3DGence.

With their already existing large customer base of G2A.com, they believe that G2A 3D+ has the potential to become the largest social network connecting video game developers, gamers, 3D enthusiasts, architects, engineers and designers.

g2a_3d_plus_3d_printing_video_game“Finally, we’ll have our own place online in which creative individuals will be able to fulfill their desire of accomplishment and receive real benefits for their creative work. We’re planning to host a wide range of 3D printing competitions within G2A 3D+, create new social initiatives such us real-time 3D design,enthusiast conventions and many more. We want to give people the opportunity to develop their skills and while having plenty of fun” said Jakub Sołtysik, Marketing and PR Manager of 3DGence.

Among the first video game developers that have partnered with G2A 3D+ are Fuero Games, The Farm 51, Anshar Studios and Awaken Realms. The launch of the new service is planned for Q2 2016.

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