.GAMES has only been available for general registration for a few weeks, but thousands of users have already registered their own URLs and many have already put them to use. If you’re looking for ideas on how you can use your own .GAMES domain, draw on these real-life examples for inspiration.
Cavalry Games, the creators of the roleplaying game Ten Candles, registered cavalry.games to redirect to their main website. As an exact match domain, it’s a creative and simple way to send interested customers to their main website while saving a few characters in their URL in the process.
7 Generation Games is a company that is dedicated to creating educational games for children. By creating games that are up to standard with traditional video games, they work to make learning fun by combining it with great storytelling and beautiful graphics. The company uses the domain 7generation.games as an exact match URL for their main website.
This Swedish game development company is using the domain mostlyharmless.games to redirect to their main website. They’re currently working on a Virtual Reality game called Munch, where you play as a little fish exploring the open ocean while avoiding predators bigger than you are.
Chainsawesome Games is a Canadian game development studio located in Quebec City that focuses on multi-player PC and console games. They’ve adopted the exact match URL chainsawesome.games to redirect to their main website.
Twitch streamer JonOfAllGames uses the domain jonofall.games to redirect viewers to his Twitch page. The URL is an easy and memorable way that his massive audience of 21,000 followers can watch him play a variety of games.
Brushfire Games is a PC game development duo of two brothers based just outside of Seattle, WA. They’ve recently set up brushfire.games as a redirect to their main website.
Whether you’re a game developer, Twitch live streamer, or just a fan, a .GAMES domain is a great way to highlight your online presence.