Tabletop Gaming Market, a new online Mall for gaming

Tabletop Gaming Market is a just-launched website where game producers can create shops where gamers can search through your wares all in one place.


From the launch:

Tabletop Gaming Market (our new site) will be launching at 15:00 UTC today.

What is Tabletop Gaming Market?

TGM is a marketplace site for producers and retailers in the tabletop gaming hobby. These producers and retailers can open stores on the marketplace to list and sell their items and sell them through the marketplace.

We index all their products into a market wide search feature that can be found on the home page of the site. This search feature will return results that match the string searched for from across the entire marketplace.

This also means customers can search for products from across multiple businesses at the same time – helping them find the best product at the best price!

How much does it cost to use the site?

Customers pay nothing to use the site of course, other than what they may buy from the stores!

Stores are available for a small monthly fee of £5 for a store with up to 150 products or £15 for a store with unlimited products. We DO NOT take a % of the sales. What you make on your sales is yours to keep.

We hope Tabletop Gaming it will become a ‘first stop shop’ for gamers looking for their next product whilst also becoming a valuable sales channel for businesses!

If you are a business who is interested in a store, you will be able to sign up for one once the site is live (you will get 7 days for free to get your store set up)

Please share this post to your gaming friends, business pages you may like and think should be on the site and an FB groups you are in. The more the site is used, the better it will be for everyone!

  • Zac

    The link in the article is to the login screen not the site

  • Is this associated withe TGN? Also, is it only for the UK?

  • 4tonmantis

    This is basically what it appears Wayland Games currently is.. I ordered stuff that was supposedly in stock but they basically ordered all of it from the supplier when I ordered it from them.. If this isn’t done right people will be paying for orders and waiting forever.

    A collective index of miniature manufacturers though, is something the hobby definitely needs. I was just talking to my wife about organizing a database of all the different companies out there that nobody’s heard of.

    • 4ton,

      I’m launching a site very soon that is a collective index of mini companies with comprehensive lists of all minis they offer (pics included) and several other dynamic forms of functionality. I have 40 manufacturers down (the big guys, mostly) and am going to add the little ones after launch. If you have any insight into small guys you’d like to see there, feel free to message me some feedback. Thanks!

      • 4tonmantis

        The picture thing might be tough.. GZG doesn’t have pictures for a lot of their stuff.. same with some of Black Hat’s stuff and a few others. I do a lot of web scrubbing looking for stuff.. a lot of my resources and info end up coming from TMP articles, WAMP, and Google. I do however have a fairly large list of bookmarks from around the web. If you are willing to open a google document I’ll drop them in there for you.

  • Link’s been updated. The other one was the guy showing me how it worked on the back-end for registered shops. Should be working now.