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New gamer dating site invites you to 'Shag A Gamer'

Jul 16 // Jim Sterling    @JimSterling

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Okay, let's try this with some composure -- a new sexing site for gamers has launched in the United Kingdom, and it's called Shag A Gamer. Apparently, the outlet is the number one adult site for gamers and geeks, and offers its services to "thousands of single gamers who want nothing more than a quick shag."

For just £19.99 a month, you get "Full access to young, old, exciting sexy individuals wanting no-strings sex." The site will soon launch "Shag A Gamer TV" as well, in case you literally have no idea what actual pornography is. 

"Quite simply we are the best at matchmaking thousands of Gamers," boasts the site. "We are the same people behind Date a Gamer and we are the UK's biggest destination for single gamers and geeks. So when users are looking for a site to find the hottest gamer girls or the biggest number of gamers, that's why we are many people's number one choice."

Why not follow Shag A Gamer on Twitter, for up-to-the-minute shagging news? 

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