Ukie member Sugar gives an insight into growing and funding a great studio.
The art of modeling and calculating LTV, and why it matters to the success of your next mobile game.
If you are working on building a successful free-to-play game studio or game, understanding LTV is tremendously important. Talk of LTV is never far from conversations about free-to-play theory, and it serves as a fundamental metric or value in numerous strategies and conventions around monetising free games. There is no way around it – to scale your game successfully you simply have to be on top of LTV – and how to model it.
The Ukie Hotline has been running for several weeks now, and we thought it was time for a refresh. The Hotline gives all games companies the opportunity to get quick and free advice from industry experts across various disciplines; PR, legal, recruitment, finance, business development and much more.
New technology challenge to support people who are isolating
£500,000 of funding is available for technology companies who come up with digital support solutions for people who need to stay at home because of coronavirus.
Sugar has arrived, several years in the making and our mission is to fill a huge void in the world of games. Financing for the games industry, no equity, pain free, all done just the way that studios want it. Our main focus here is to talk about the five key challenges we hear about from the studios we speak to.
Learn how to choose the right payment partner for your game.
Member Blog: What will Brexit mean for European funding of the games industry?
by Osborne Clarke
Simon Neill (Competition, Partner), Ashley Morgan (Litigation, TKL) and Rebecca Malone (Competition, Associate).
More than six weeks on from the UK's EU referendum, uncertainty is still a defining feature of the economic and political climate. For the games industry, one of the major uncertainties is the status of European-based funding.