Alternative Ways To Fund Your Games

Discussion in 'Indie Business' started by SaySoMichael, Dec 6, 2017.

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  1. SaySoMichael

    SaySoMichael New Member

    Dec 6, 2017
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    Hope everyone is having a super day.
    I'm pretty new to this forum and was really looking for feedback on the type of work I do and how it can potentially help developers in the industry, so any feedback at all would be welcome here.

    My name is Michael and I work for a company called SaySo Rewards.
    We are very interested in partnering with amazing game developers, to help every player to get the most out of your titles.

    Check out this short video demo to see how we can help you, also attached is a PDF with a bit more info:

    If this seems like a great way to help your players who can't afford to pay extra for in-game content, then please feel free to get back to me to discuss how we can take the next steps in working together.

    Finally I will leave you with this amazing piece of information that you could help contribute towards simply by working with us. Every time someone completes one of our surveys we donate a meal to Action Against Hunger, just 300 donations is enough to save a person’s life so by working with us you will be benefiting the lives of those in need. Click the link below to find out more about this:

    Kind Regards,

    Michael McGowan

    Acquisition Specialist
    SaySo Rewards |
    Office: 206-965-8204
    Skype: michael.mcgowan_10

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