Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter

Microsoft to share in-game ad revenues with developers

By guj_*     Feb 8, 2007 in Technology
Micrsoft giving away money?
Microsoft casual games has developed a new scheme whereby developers will receive up to 20% of the revenue that their respective games generate. MS say the top five participants can look to share around $250,000 each year.
"Microsoft Casual Games has unveiled a new initiative which will see developers receiving up to 20 per cent of the in-game advertising revenues generated by their titles.
The Ad-Share Program, which covers titles hosted on MSN Games, is designed to motivate developers and give advertisers a means of reaching consumers over a longer period of time.
There are two parts to the program. At Level I, developers will take away 10 per cent of revenues and there are no new requirements games must meet to qualify"
More about Developers, Microsoft, Game, Ad, Revenues
Latest News
Top News