Learn the seven rules of game monetisation design in our free online webinar with Oscar Clark

Learn the seven rules of game monetisation design in our free online webinar with Oscar Clark

Want to learn more about how to monetise your games? We’ve got you covered!

On Wednesday, December 7th 2016, we’ll be hosting a FREE online webinar with Oscar Clark, a Unity Evangelist and author of 'Games As A Service'.

Oscar has identified seven rules which will help game designers make sure that monetisation doesn't come at the cost of making an enjoyable game. These are:

  • Rule 1: Utility - What Do Your Players Value?
  • Rule 2: Anticipation - Why Should They 'Expect Future Value'?
  • Rule 3: Scarcity - What Are The 'Opportunity Costs'?
  • Rule 4: Timing - Understanding the Player Lifecycle
  • Rule 5: Repetition - Why Should Players Return To Play?
  • Rule 6: Evidence - Why Analytics Is Essential
  • Rule 7: Scale - The Ultimate Rule of Free-To-Play

Head here to register now for one of three timeslots throughout the day:

Session 1: 11:00 AM GMT (06:00 EST)
Session 2: 16:00 PM GMT (11:00 EST; 06:00 PST)
Session 3: 19:00 PM GMT (14:00 EST; 11:00 PST)

Presentations fill up quickly, so sign up before we run out of space!

While you're waiting for the webinar, check out our Mobile Games University course on Monetisation Design to start learning about the topic now.

Senior Event Writer


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