Steam is the largest distribution platform for copyrighted games on PC at present, developed and operated by the internet by Valve Corporation. Not only a place to buy and sell games, but Steam is also a social communication platform on the internet for millions of gamers around the world, who use Steam to buy and play games on the platform.
Since its launch until now, Steam has become home to thousands of different big and small games, so many gamers have spent millions on buying many different titles on the platform. So have gamers ever wondered the total amount of money they spent on buying Steam games? Maybe that number is only a few hundred thousand, a few million or even hundreds of millions have been spent by gamers.
In this article, we will guide gamers how to value their Steam account with just a few simple steps, of course, this pricing is only for reference to see how much money you spent on game purchases. never mind. The pricing here is not for exchange or sales.
Steam account pricing guide
Before pricing, gamers will need to make their Steam account public and obtain their Steam ID.
B1: Open the Steam application, click the account icon and select View my profile.
B2: Select Edit Profile in the right corner.
B3: Select Privacy Settings and then on Game details line, select Public.
Uncheck the box Always keep my total playtime private even if user can see my game detail (if any).
B4: Continue to click on the account icon and select View my profile.
B5: Here, gamers will see your account URL in the upper corner and then copy this URL address.
After leaving your Steam account public and obtaining your Steam ID. The next step is to visit the Steam account pricing page here.
B6: In the box Your profile url or steamid, gamers enter, paste their Steam ID
B7: In the next box, choose currency Vietnamdong. Finally, choose Get disappointed in your life to set the price. Your Steam account value will appear in the upper right corner. Lowest prices – today’s prices will be priced on your account.
Note: SteamDB’s tool only estimates the original value of all the games that gamers have and also estimates the lowest net worth of the above titles at the highest sales, so this is only is for reference. If you want to check the exact amount of money gamers have spent on buying games, badges, gifts directly from Steam and do not include free key games, gamers can access the official calculator of Steam here: