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Is the 30% revenue cut history? – “It does in general feel like devs and publishers are becoming more and more annoyed by the 30 per cent take”

"I can understand people saying that 30 per cent is too much, but arguably, 12 per cent is just too little, and doesn’t even give the platform enough skin in the game to care about your sales.”

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“For Descenders, it has been immense. Sales across all platforms increased after we went into Game Pass” – What does Game Pass mean for indies?

With Microsoft making aggressive, headline-grabbing moves with its subscription service, we find out what Game Pass’ recent developments mean for smaller creators

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“I literally cannot sell units on Switch. It’s heartbreaking, and it makes me really sad for the eShop.” – Why indies are struggling to be seen on the Switch eShop

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"I literally cannot sell units on Switch. It’s heartbreaking, and it makes me really sad for the eShop."

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No More Robots: Enthusiasm for indie publishing is ‘just as important as experience, data or contacts’

Yesterday, industry veteran Mike Rose (pictured right) announced his new publishing company, No More Robots, which aims to use a data-driven approach to find new and exciting indie titles to bring to market.  The timing of the announcement meant he was a little too late to join our indie publishing roundtable, …

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Mike Rose announces new indie publishing label No More Robots

Industry veteran Mike Rose has announced his brand-new indie publishing label No More Robots. Using a data-driven approach, Rose will be using sales figures and statistics to identify a game’s key selling points, before promoting them across the company’s Twitch and Discord communities, which will be fully integrated into the …

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