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The 2016 J. P. Morgan Corporate Challenge is in the books. TCGplayer was proud to participate in one of Syracuse’s biggest business community events, play Magic and wear capes that flew us into the photos and finishes of the community. We’re looking forward to bringing even more amazing employees to Onondaga Lake in 2017! Read More →
A little-known Syracuse company is turning the dragon-filled worlds of Pokemon and other trading card games into a booming business.
Taking a high-tech approach to a low-tech industry, TCGplayer.com has created an online marketplace for collectible gaming cards. In a world where video games get most of the gaming industry's attention, TCGplayer has cut a niche for itself by becoming both the eBay and Amazon.com of the $1 billion trading card industry. Read More →
The Great Place to Work Institute determines the best workplaces in the world. We invited them to survey the employees at TCGplayer and the results are available right here. Read More →
Chedy Hampson is founder and president of TCGplayer.com, a Web-based marketplace serving people who buy and sell collectible gaming cards. These are fans of games such as Magic: The Gathering, Pokémon, Yu-Gi-Oh, and HeroClix.
The company has grown in the last few years from a half-dozen people to more than 60, mostly working from the 10th floor of the State Tower Building in Syracuse. Read More →
TCGplayer is on the cutting edge of the collectible gaming market. With a modern-style, open office located in the heart of downtown Syracuse, TCGplayer is quickly becoming the largest shipping hub in the country for this rapidly expanding industry. Read More →
Due to the fact that I'm within an hour's drive of the TCGplayer headquarters, and because I'm apparently a vocal member of the community, I was recently invited to take a tour of the place. I also got to have a sit-down talk with the brains behind the organization that provides us with a tournament series, articles, seller storefront, and so much more. Read More →