Jawa was founded by gamers
Jawa was founded by a group of gamers frustrated by the experience of buying and selling PC parts on the existing marketplaces. We knew there had to be a better way -- so we're building one!
Great parts are sold at reasonable prices
Our mission for Jawa is to be THE community where great parts are sold at reasonable prices between gamers (not scalpers).
We know there will be hiccups along the way. As we fix bugs, roll out new features, and listen to your feedback, we'll be working hard to make this the best place on the internet to gather, discuss, and buy and sell PC parts.
Our Core Values
Good parts. Fair prices
We pre-vetted all of our Jawa Verified Sellers to make sure that they are aligned with our values. That means they have working, high quality products and they aren’t looking to price gouge.
Better and simpler transaction fees
Our fees are among the lowest in the biz: 3% for payment processing, and 3.5% for the Jawa platform (capped at $50)
Buyer and seller protections
Trust is one of the most important factors in considering which marketplace to use. If you encounter an issue, we are committed to making it right.
Meeting the Founding Jawas
With over a decade of experience in building and expanding businesses, Amanda leads the operations behind Jawa. She holds the high score in Ms. Pac Man in the Boulder Arcade.
Andrew learned to play chess on a Tandy Color Computer and has been gaming ever since. He's been working in and around startups for over a decade, and now runs technology at Jawa.
Partner & Co-Founder of Five Four Ventures, and PC gamer for 25 years and counting. Matt is a life long gamer who is finally building his first PC to play Total War Warhammer III.