Here’s where things get interesting (and potentially valuable): complete a set of cards, and you can craft them into a game badge. These collectible cards can be sold on Steam’s Community Market, and as of the last hour virtual game cards have been selling for about $2 - $3—which sounds ludicrous. While the rest of the world was ogling over what’s coming down the pipe from Google, Steam introduced collectible virtual trading cards that you can earn by playing games, and trade in for bragging rights and prizes.

Valve will be adding more games over time, but you’ll need to be a member of the new Steam Trading Cards group to get in line for an invite.
Steam Trading Cards are currently in beta, and themed after the few games that support them. You earn cards by playing the participating games, though you can only earn about half of a game’s total card set on your own.

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    New trading bot residents (myself included) to take matches.


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