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How old is your Steam account?

0 - 1 years 2 8.33%
2 - 3 years 1 4.17%
4 - 5 years 5 20.83%
6 - 7 years 8 33.33%
8 - 9 years 3 12.50%
10 - 11 years 1 4.17%
12 - 13 years 2 8.33%
14 - 15 years 2 8.33%

My Steam account had its 13th birthday yesterday. They grow up so fast!


So how old are your Steam accounts? Are they neglected or well supported?

Last edited by Conina - on 26 November 2017

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Around five years old. I originally only made my account to play TF2 for free.

You know it deserves the GOTY.

Come join The 2018 Obscure Game Monthly Review Thread.

Mine is still very young, only 7 years old or, like a kid would say, 7 soon to be 8 years old.

And I made it because I bought a graphics card, my old and trusty HD 5850, that came with a redeemable code for Dirt 2.

Please excuse my bad English.

Currently gaming on a PC with an i5-4670k@stock (for now), 16Gb RAM 1600 MHz and a GTX 1070

Steam / Live / NNID : jonxiquet    Add me if you want, but I'm a single player gamer.

I apparently have a neglected 4 year old.

I tend to play on console more than pc and I tend to not have time for gaming lately....

My nine year old has quite the collection now, though gotten most for free, bought 20 of 59 games.


Nintendo Switch FC: SW-6340-7643-4233 aka Renji

Steam: Lee Roid

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5 years.
6 years on the 28th of December.

Soon enough there'll be users on here that are younger than your steam account, then you'll feel old.

Mines about 6 years old.

Mine's 9. It actually shares a birthday with me

Got it originally becuase Football Manager started to required Steam as an activation/DRM thing. It's been pretty well supported since then.

£866 Current account value
157 Games owned
11,102h Hours on record

5 years old right now

Will become 6 years old on December 5th



Basil's YouTube Channel


6 years going on 7 in April. Looks like he is old enough to start working for the family.