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Nutaku Celebrates 3rd Birthday, Giving Away 3 Gaming Laptops

January 24, 2018

By: Robert N. Adams

Adult video game retailer Nutaku is celebrating their third birthday with a flurry of interesting statistics and a gaming giveaway according to a post on the company's official blog [NSFW].

Nutaku is a digital video game retailer that specializes in adult-oriented video games. (Suffice to say, links in this article may be NSFW considering the company's wares!) In the three years since their creation, they've grown to over 10 million users with over 150 games available on the retailer for PCs, browsers, and mobile devices. A portion of the company's growth has been attributed to a growing catalog of mobile titles. Correlating with this trend (although not necessarily the cause) is an increase in female registered users from 5% to 15% since the site's inception.


The fine folks at the Canadian-based company are running two distinct giveaways. The first is a social media contest that is giving away 1,000 Gold to 300 lucky winners. Gold is a currency used on the site to purchase games and upgrades for games. The bigger of the two contests is the chance to win one of three Razer Blade Pro 17" laptops. Valued at $2,299, the Razer Blade Pro 17" boasts VR-ready graphics from the GeForce 10 series, a quad-core i7, and more onboard LEDs than a Christmas tree. If you're not fortunate enough to win big, they're also offering discounted packages of Gold [requires login] with price cuts ranging from 17-33% for a limited time.

Nutaku has not been content to simply sell games; they invested $10 million in Latin American markets for enhancing developer's games with some virtual debauchery and launched Kimochi Classifieds, a site that sets out to connect developers who are working on adult games.


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What do you think of Nutaku celebrating their third birthday? Are there any particular titles on the service that you think make for standout games? Let us know in the comments below!