|Diablo 3 RMAH is now live|
While not the only way to earn money playing video games, nor even the first gaming earner (look at South Korea's booming pay for play professional gamers who have been doing it for years), by far the news that real life currency has actually been included in a top adventure game is certainly big news.
Working alongside an Ebay market for games type of idea, Diablo's "Real Money Auction House" is now live, for a small transaction fee to Blizzard you can sell in game loot for real money. Expect the net to soon be littered with price comparison sites finding you the best real money prices for Ambo's Pride; the best cash deals on buying a level 60 scoundrel outright and so on.
Blizzards cash registers are already kachinging with Real Money Auction House (RMAH) generating some serious interest in both the gaming world and the world of finance.
Let's hope that Diablo 3 Gold Farming and weapon forgery don't start to occur, in this crazy digital age of buying virtual goods anything could happen.
So the only question remaining is " How much real money should I sell my Ancient Bonesaber of Zumakalis for?"