Revenue share models (often shortened to rev-share and synonymous with profit sharing models) are a way for businesses and startups to pay the members of their teams. In this article we’ll explore what exactly is a rev-share model and how one might be used with collaborative game development on a small budget.
Rule 1: Don’t bite off more than you can chew. If you’re new to the industry and want to get your foot in the door with your own ambitious project, it might worth taking a step back and considering your scope. While the games industry is full of lots of wonderful projects and games successfully […]
So, you’ve got an aspiration to build a game, but aren’t entirely sure where to start. Have no fear, we’ve got you sorted! 1) Plan & spec First things first, get a plan together. It doesn’t necessarily have to be technical, but planning mechanics, the engine, consoles and whatnot can provide a good platform to […]
If you’ve got an idea for a piece of software that simply has to be built, you may find yourself unsure of where to start or which routes to go down. To help make things a little clearer, here are some ways you can form up in teams and realise your vision. 1) Form […]
Very frequently traditionally-structured startups find themselves in need of liquidity and turn to investment to give themselves a boost. In this blog post, we’ll explore the different options available to entrepreneurs and discuss when they’re appropriate. VC investment Many entrepreneurs see VC funding as the be all end all for their startup. But it’s not […]
Crowdsourcing is a term bounded about a lot these days. It has many definitions such as businesses outsourcing work to unpaid, external contributors, and as with most things on the internet, has been used erroneously as a buzzword and a synonym for crowdfunding. Crowdsourcing has its roots in the outsourcing of small, menial tasks to […]
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