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After announcing a invite-only beta phase earlier last month, Valve has today made their new Steam Trading Card system available for all which will reward those playing games on Steam with various trading cards.
Steam Trading Cards are virtual cards you can earn just by playing some of your favorite games, like Team Fortress 2, FTL, GRID 2, Monaco, Trine 2, Super Meat Boy, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and more. In total there are over 30 games with Steam Trading Cards, with more being added every week. Collecting cards lets you craft new badges for your Steam Profile and earn rewards like emoticons, profile backgrounds, and coupons.
Alongside the official release of the new trading system, Valve has also revealed that a new makeover has made its way to the Steam Community profile, with a "more concentrated focus on what you play and how you participate on Steam." According to the announcement the update has also brought "new customization options as well, like the new profile Showcases that let you choose what you want to show off: favorite games, items up for trade, workshop mods, hard-earned achievements, and more."
Additionally, you'll see a new "Steam Level" on your profile, and when hovering over a player's avatar. Every badge on Steam now grants XP, which contributes to your Steam Level. If you've been a Steam member for more than a year and have at least one game on your account, then you've already got two badges. You can earn more by participating in events and sales, collecting trading cards, trying out all the Steam Community features, and more.
If you are left scratching your head wondering why people are selling some of these trading cards for real cash, head over to the official Trading Card Update Page for more.



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