Hot on the heels of curated lists on the Steam store, Humble Bundle has followed suit with a venture of its own.
It is debuting the feature with a list from YouTube network YogsCast. The media organisation chooses which games appear on its storefront and in turn receives a five per cent cut in sales revenue that result.
A further ten per cent goes to charity War Child with the remainder being split between the developer and Humble Bundle.
YogsCast already operates a program called YogDiscovery that sees it claim a share in a game's sales revenues in return for exposure on its channel. The possibility of further promotion via Humble Curation provides yet another incentive for content creators to team up.