LOS ANGELES, June 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- GameFly, Inc., the leading online video game rental subscription service, today announced the official opening of its latest distribution center located in Seattle, Washington. The warehouse is the company's fifth distribution center, and will enable GameFly to deliver games more expeditiously to its members. The new facility will be servicing customers in Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Idaho.
"We continually strive to provide our members with the best service possible, and adding the Seattle distribution center to handle the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, will do just that," said Dave Hodess, CEO of GameFly. "We also recently acquired Direct2Drive.com, giving customers more choices with over 3000 PC/Mac games to download, in addition to the thousands of console titles that can be rented or bought at GameFly."
About GameFly, Inc.
GameFly, the number one online video game rental service, allows members to rent one or more video games concurrently, with no due dates, late fees or shipping charges. Users can easily select titles and manage their list of games online from the GameFly website at www.gamefly.com or from the GameFly App for iOS and Android devices. Members receive games via First-Class Mail and return them to GameFly at their convenience using prepaid mailers. In addition to selling video games through the "Keep" feature, GameFly also sells new and used video games. With the recent acquisition of Direct2Drive.com, GameFly is now the number two online retailer for downloading Windows and Mac video games.
SOURCE GameFly, Inc.