As many of you know there has been some controversy lately between G2A and some game devs. Some Devs Say to Pirate Games Instead of Buying From G2A and G2A Statement On Recent Events
I now find myself getting regular updates from G2A, which is cool. I am always happy to hear from companies. And if any devs happen to be reading this, feel free to reach out to me with your own statements.
With that out of the way, G2A did get some feedback from devs such as Fun infused Games that said on Twitter many times when you release a game people will pretend to be review sites then just sell the review keys. I have been through the process of getting a review key, and there are plenty of hoops to jump through, but I can see how this could easily happen. G2A Is proposing key blocking, however. The way this will work is once a developer is verified they will gain access to two new tools from G2A. Basically one will be for review keys, which they will be able to put onto the site. This will stop those keys from being sold. The other will be for giveaways. They can do the same here to stop those keys from being sold. Just input them before you give them away. They are looking to see if there is a real interest in this because they say it will be time consuming and expensive, tho it does sound useful for everyone involved. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.