Thursday, 22 August 2013

gog.com launches Indie Portal

Interesting news for all indies - gog.com has launched a new indie portal.  

Of particular interest is the option to have a smaller royalties percentage but with an advance on royalties payment, and their promise to effectively promote the games:

"We want to start our relationship by giving you something no one else will give you. If we decide to work together, we can offer you the option to get an advance on your game's future sales. There are two ways we can handle royalties:

1. A standard 70/30 (Developer/GOG) split with no advance on royalties.
2. You get an advance on the royalties from your game. In this case, 60/40 royalties split will be in effect until the advance is recouped. Afterwards, we'll switch the split to the standard 70/30.

Every release becomes our website's main feature and gets a campaign on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and other social channels. Learn more!"

http://www.gog.com/indie



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