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Don’t get screwed by a publishing agreement – my post on GI.biz

Indie devs – are you wary of entering into a deal with a big publisher?

Good. You should be.

There are a number of ways that you can be screwed over in a publishing deal if you just sign the contract they send you. Those contracts are generally pretty one-sided, or leave out crucial details whose absence can make your game dev life very, very difficult.

Lucky for you, I’ve just written a lengthy guest article on Gamesindustry.biz detailing a number of these concerns. I also addressed why, exactly, you should be pushing back against a publisher.

How not to get screwed in a game publishing deal

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California game lawyer focused on providing end-to-end legal protection and legal services for video game and board game developers, as well as software and mobile app developers.
California game lawyer focused on providing end-to-end legal protection and legal services for video game and board game developers, as well as software and mobile app developers.
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