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  1. Daniil

    Daniil New Member

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    Hey, fellow developers.

    I'm currently working on a recommendation platform for games and looking for a good use case and a practical experiment to prove that our algorithm works as good as in theory.

    So we're making a contest for indie games that are recently released or will be released in a few months. It means FREE promotion for every game applied and highly targeted promo campaign for the winner.

    We are using a machine learning algorithm that analyses gamers personality psychology, gaming preferences, and specific gaming aspects to suggest the most relevant games to a specific gamer. Thus creating a super targeted promo of niche games.

    Some more info on the contest:

    • Tell more about your game (fill in the form)
    • Ask few friends to rate your game and some others good and bad in our free app- so we know exactly how your game looks in our metrics
    link to contest

    https://gametree.me/indie.html

    direct link to the form

    https://gametree.me/app/submit-game
     
  2. Marc477

    Marc477 New Member

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    Hi,

    That looks cool and I tried to submit my game. But after I submit, there were no link and no way to access the page of my game or see it on the website. Its a bit confusing about what we should do next.
     
  3. Daniil

    Daniil New Member

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    now you can find your game inside the app
    there is a video with all the steps involved on the submission page tho
     

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