Tonight, I’ll be doing an online Q&A on game publishing agreements. Get your questions in and don’t miss this!
In the latest episode of the Legal Moves podcast, I chat with Mike Gnade, designer and publisher extraordinaire at Rock Manor Games. We discuss the usual topics surrounding starting your own indie tabletop game publishing company, as well as some interesting talk about advertising your Kickstarter and board game trademarks! Don’t miss it!
Welcome back to Part II of my interview with Michael Iachini of Clay Crucible Games. In Part I, we discussed Michael’s background, business entity formation,
I interviewed Michael Iachini, the owner and designer at Clay Crucible Games, about his business and the legal aspects of designing, funding and publishing his
Negotiating agreements with all of the various businesses that game developers come into contact with can be a difficult process, especially for those new to the bargaining game. These quick tips from game lawyer Zachary Strebeck may help you to feel empowered and negotiate a better deal.
For someone outside of the industry, or even the grizzled veteran, learning about the ins and outs of the game industry can be overwhelming. Whether