A new Indian start-up is making its rightful place in the digital gaming scene in India. Digicodes™, founded in August 2017 by Varun Avasthi, is one of the largest digital gaming and e-goods stores in India.
Digicodes™ has a large catalogue of 25,000+ digital and e-goods including video games, software, tools, utilities, gift cards, e-courses, in-game items, downloadable content and more! It acquired its initial customer base with its popular products and the huge digital shift, especially in Tier 2 and 3 cities of India. In just three years, it is home to more than 1,00,000 users and subscribers.
All of these digital items are accessible from one place on their very user-friendly portal. The digital products are available to customers instantly or within 24 hours and all purchases are listed in the customers’ dashboard thus enabling a single digital panel where one can manage all their digital purchases and downloads. In this sense, digital games have the advantage that they cannot be lost or broken. You can also access your games and downloads at any time.
Further, amidst the unprecedented outbreak of coronavirus, governments across the world are still advising people to stay indoors and practise social distancing to reduce the spread of the pandemic. This is also expected to positively impact the video games market in the immediate future.
The popularity of Digicodes™ can be assessed by the thousands of positive reviews that their customers have left for them on popular review websites. The company is rated excellent across various review platforms with 3000+ customer reviews of its services. The company is owned by Indiweb Holdings Pvt. Ltd. which also owns and operates other portals including iVoucher, Myopenacademy, Indiwellness and Indiacompute.
The website has tied up with all the popular payment gateways including Paypal, Payumoney, Cashfree and others to enable almost all popular payment methods include debit card, credit card, net banking and UPI on its portal – www.digicodes.in. Customers also have the advantage of paying for their purchases with EMI thus making opening up a huge catalogue of 25,000+ digital items and especially to students who might have a limited budget or limited pocket money.
They also have a digital distribution program which enables publishers and app developers to release their games, apps, software, e-books, music, video or any other digital item to the public at large. For this service, publishers and app developers will have to pay a minimum and competitive fee.
It is good to see Indian companies building strong products based in India which are ready to serve global markets. The start-up also fits very well into the government’s digital push and Atmanirbhar Bharat push.