Amazon Digital Software & Video Games

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Amazon Digital Software & Video Games
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Initial releaseFebruary 3, 2009
PlatformMicrosoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch
TypeContent delivery

Amazon Digital Software & Video Games is a digital video game distribution service owned by the international electronic commerce company It was launched on February 3, 2009 as Amazon Digital Game Store, having 600+ game titles available for download at that time.[1] On August 7, 2013 it was launched in United Kingdom.[2]

On November 12, 2013, Amazon launched a digital PlayStation store.[3] Those who own a PS3, PS Vita or PS4 game from Amazon and receive a code for use over the PlayStation Network.[4] On December 11, 2013, the digital PlayStation store was launched in UK too.[4] The service was then rebranded to Amazon Digital Software & Video Games in 2019 as they had begun to offer digital software, the service would also expand to Xbox One and Nintendo Switch consoles, and later in 2020 the service would also launch on Xbox Series X/S consoles as well.


  1. ^ Amazon enters downloadable PC game industry, 3 February 2009, Nino Marchetti, TG Daily, retrieved at 2013-12-22
  2. ^ Amazon Launches Digital Download Service for PC and Mac, 7 August 2013, Daniel Krupa, IGN, retrieved at 2013-12-22
  3. ^ Sony now lets you buy digital PlayStation games from Amazon and other retailers, 12 November 2013, Matt Brian, Engadget, retrieved at 2013-12-22
  4. ^ a b Amazon UK launches digital PlayStation store, 11 December 2013, Christopher Dring, MCV, retrieved at 2013-12-22

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