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03/27/2013
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Edison, NJ – March 18, 2013 – GameDevMasters, a new centralized location to find additional game industry resources to create and market games, launches a commission free outsourcing marketplace specifically for the game industry.

Sean R Scott, Founder of GameDevMasters says, “Outsourcing has become a natural and important part of the game industry. Indies that are starting up may not have on staff lawyers and PR representatives, so they turn to other companies that provide those services. Larger corporations often need art assistance with their AAA games beyond the size and scope of their employee base. With that said, how do you find supplemental people and companies with the specific skill sets you need, locally or abroad? Where do you go besides your personal network and conferences which provide hit-or-miss contacts? … GameDevMasters!”

Value For Clients

For those looking for additional people and companies to help with their games, you no longer have to search the far reaches of the internet and world to find them. GameDevMasters is doing it for you! GameDevMasters is actively gathering up service providers (aka freelancers, contractors, consultants), from the development (art, audio, programming, etc.) to the business (legal, marketing, PR, etc.), from all over the world, into one centralized place and providing a user friendly interface (including search and project posting features) so you can easily pinpoint what you are looking for.

Value For Service Providers

For those providing services, GameDevMasters will be a natural part of your marketing plan. Basic membership is free and gives the benefits of a business directory, but the premium memberships give you a portal-like profile (to tell everyone everything about you) as well as interaction with the projects marketplace features. Visit the site to compare membership benefits.

Value to All

GameDevMasters is tweaking the outsourcing marketplace model to fit the game industry, foregoing commissions while allowing Providers to freely post their contact information. The information for all Providers is open for anyone to view, meaning there are no forced sign ups in order for any visitor to find the site valuable. Expect more news on other useful features as the site grows.

About GameDevMasters

GameDevMasters, featuring the first game industry outsourcing marketplace with no commissions, is a central location to find the additional resources you need to create and market games on demand. For more information, visit the website ( http://GameDevMasters.com), Facebook page ( https://www.facebook.com/GameDevMasters), or Twitter ( https://twitter.com/GameDevMasters).

Contact Information

Sean R Scott

(908) 251-9436

marketing@gamedevmasters.com

 

 
   
   
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