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Former Assassin’s Creed III Creative Director: streamers should pay devs for games they stream
Streamers should pay a percentage of their revenue to the developers and publishers of the games they stream, according to Alex Hutchinson, the Montreal Studio Creative Director of Stadia Games and Entertainment. His words generated thousands of angry comments, and Google representatives quickly distanced the company from the controversial statements.
US House committee labels Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook as “gatekeepers” and calls them on monopolistic practices
Following roughly a 16-month investigation, a US House of Representative antitrust committee has found that Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook have engaged in anti-competitive policies.
Tim Sweeney calls Google’s IAP policy illegal
Epic Games and Google had another opportunity to disagree over the predominant revenue share model. Epic wants to release Fortnite on Google Play, but is not prepared to give the store 30% of the game’s revenue. The developer called this kind of revenue split “illegal.”