anyway.



thread: 2012-03-06 : Chad Underkoffler: Freelancing for RPGs

On 2012-03-06, ndp wrote:

not really a question, but another data point wrt licensing publication rights: I have a contract with Dev where I publish The Dance and the Dawn. I pay up-front publication costs (licensing fee for art, printing and re-printing, essentially). Once sales have covered those costs, we split profits 50/50 (on a quarterly basis). Either of us can cancel the deal at any time for any reason. Dev retains his IP, I get exclusive print publication rights until/unless the deal is cancelled.

Why? He had a great game, I wanted to see it in the world, and he didn’t want to deal with the nitty-gritty. It’s been working out so far!



 

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