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Submitted by pjeigh 1173d ago | news

indiePub announces revenue share, launch-day platforms for upcoming publishing service

indiePub today released more details concerning it's upcoming indies-only games and apps publishing service.

From the press release:

"At the time indiePub's service launches, the new indiePub platform will support indie games and apps made for PC (Windows), Macintosh (OS X), Linux and Android devices (phones and tablets)... Developers will earn 75% of the royalties made from their games and apps sold through indiePub, making it one of the most competitive revenue percentages in the digital downloads industry. Registration will be free and available to all indie developers." (Android, indiePub, Industry, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, PC, Tag Invalid, Tech)

BrutallyBlunt  +   1173d ago
That's a pretty hefty profit margin for them. I think both Steam and Apple take 30%. It's great the indie developers are getting their due.

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