Check out a varied selection of the most expensive items sold to other players on the Steam community market in recent months.
Every Year Steam hosts a massive Summer Sale (Winter in South Africa) offering the very best discounts PC gaming has to offer.
Professional South African Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player, Invert has received a VAC ban for using a script on a spoof account.
Valve and payment-processing company Bitpay have partnered to allow users to load their Steam wallets with bitcoin.
Rumours have surfaced that Valve may be open to selling user-created content on its Steam Workshop again.
Is Valve’s new matchmaking solution one of the biggest gaming innovations of the year, or an invasion of your privacy?
Sega has announced a Mega Drive emulator for Steam, with games supporting mods through Steam Workshop.
A new Steam controller could already be on the way.
A Manchester-based coder has managed to sneak past Valve’s online security and publish an unapproved game on Steam.
Widely distributed ‘Steam Stealer’ malware is the biggest cause of Steam account theft.
Steam’s latest update will mean paying less for bundles when you already own games contained within them.
Few were surprised when the HTC Vive was priced at $799. Turns out, the virtual reality headset will actually cost more than that.
As a result of sheer popularity, Valve has announced that they are raising the prize pool for each CS:GO Major Championship to $1,000,000.
In partnership with Valve, HTC has announced that the HTC Vive’s pre-orders will be available on February 29th, putting the device at $799, or R12,300.
Valve and the mighty Gaben have demonstrated an incredible foresight, introducing standards we can’t imagine not being in place in the gaming community.
The words used in Steam’s most recent changelog are a little vague, but should change up the chat experience many have on Steam.
For all of the additions, tweaks and improvements made to Team Fortress 2, in its eight years it has yet to receive a competitive/ranked matchmaking mode.
The massive growth seen year-on-year has forced Valve to upgrade Steam’s network infrastructure with 100Gbps internet ports.
The real Christmas present to yourself.
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