The Sun newspaper has relaunched its website and signed up Games Domain to include extensive games content.
Previously called Currantbun.com, the revamped site - bun.com - will include games news, previews, reviews and downloads.
Bun.com now has 350,000 subscribers and includes national and international news stories, plus sport.
CD-Roms to access bun.com are available through Comet and Asda supermarkets.
"At the moment Games Domain attracts around 200,000 unique visitors to our siteevery single day. That's the equivalent to 150 people logging on to the site every minute. Now that bun.com has launched, we're looking forward to extending our coverage further," said Dave Stanworth, managing director of Games Domain.
Games Domain was recently sold to theglobe.com for £33 million.
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