Dawdle, a Chicago-based startup, recently launched to offer video game lovers a new place to buy and sell games, gaming systems and accessories. Dawdle tries to take the hassle out searching for items online by devoting the site to matching buyers with sellers via an innovative matching engine.
Dawdle plays video game product matchmaker for buyers and sellers with its "open bid" as you can bid before a seller has listed an item for sale. Dawdle takes the information and passes it to our sellers. Dawdle also lets users search for products directly as well as create product wish lists. Dawdle demoed last week at TECH cocktail Chicago 6. According to Dawdle CEO Sachin Agarwal:
"We make it simple for buyers and sellers to create listings, place bids, and buyers are automatically matched to sellers who have exactly what they want – or better. With our unique, proprietary matching system, buyers don't have to fear being sniped and sellers never have to worry that their item will be lost in a sea of listings while ensuring they get the best value for their items."
Save yourself some time and hassle by naming a video game product and the price you are looking to pay and Dawdle can find it and get back to you like a personalized video game shopper.