Valve now technically owns 30% of your organs.
By Tim Colwill on November 1, 2013 at 3:45 pm
It’s been a big year for Valve and Steam, with the introduction of Steam Operating System, the confirmation of their hardware Steam Box testing program, their new Family Sharing system, the upgraded trading system, and, well, ever hear of a little thing called DotA 2? And that’s not even covering anywhere near all of it.
They’ve now announced that this big year has resulted in 30% growth for the company, with 65 million Steam accounts now registered, and reminding everyone that 2013 marks the 10th anniversary of the Steam service. Happy Birthday, Steam!
“As the platform grows, our job is to adapt to the changing needs of both the development and user communities,” said Gabe “Sparklebeard” Newell in a press release. “In the coming year, we plan to make perhaps our most significant collaborations with both communities through the Steam Dev Days and the Steam Machines beta.”