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Reverie Esports League of Legends Open #82 Presented by Deeko

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Reverie Esports League of Legends Open #82 Presented by Deeko

[Discord] We are excited to announce our partnership with Reverie eSports! Reverie is a leader in eSports Tournaments, focused on popular eSports games such as League of Legends. For the Reverie eSports League of Legends Open event on February 11, Deeko is providing $75 in Deeko Gift Cards to the first place team! Enter the Reverie Esports League of Legends Open #82 [Presented by Deeko] here!View more Reverie eSports Tournaments on Battlefy!Watch the Live Stream of the TournamentWatch live video from ReverieEsports on www.twitch.tv

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Introducing Deeko Rewards

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We are excited to introduce our new rewards program, Deeko Rewards! Now you can earn points toward future rewards with every purchase, and you can kick-start your points potential by creating an account, liking us on Facebook, following us on Instagram or Twitter, referring a friend to purchase, and much more. To get started, just click the Deeko Rewards tab at the bottom of your screen. We'll continue to evolve this program over time, so please tell us what you like and don't like by using our support button and sending us your ideas!

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October 2016 Sweepstakes is Open!

We just launched our October 2016 Sweepstakes, and we are giving away a $100 Gift Card for use on Deeko.com! We are excited to invite anyone in the U.S. over the age of 18 to enter, just visit the sweepstakes page and input your information for a chance to win!

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Deeko - The Start of Something New

Deeko - The Start of Something New

To say this has been a long time coming is an understatement. My wife and I bought the domain deeko.com back in 1999 with the dream of starting our own online video game store. We secured a small loan from my father-in-law, bought a bunch of inventory, shipping boxes, and some e-commerce software and launched our site. The problem is, we knew very little about how to market the site and drive traffic. It was hard to compete with companies selling the same stuff we were - they had the volume discounts, better margins, more profit - and more knowledge. Ultimately, our venture failed. Since...

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