Creston wrote on Jun 26, 2019, 13:50:
If the Epic strategy either succeeds in building a second major storefront for PC games with an 88/12 revenue split, or even just leads other stores to significantly improve their terms, the result will be
a major wave of reinvestment in game development and a lowering of costs. significantly higher bonuses for Bobby Kotick, Andrew Wilson et al.
EA and ActiBlizz games are mostly sold through their own websites where they keep 100% of revenue (minus the seven non-EA games sold by EA last year, and old Activision games sold on Steam), so the revenue split discussion doesn't affect them very much. Thanks for playing though.
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