Oscar Sahun
Oscar Sahun Actually the best way to promote a game for an indie developer is finding a publisher
Oscar Sahun
Oscar Sahun The problem is the agreement they offer you: they usually get 50% of the revenues
Katherine Page Burdick
 Katherine Page Burdick My daughter is a game publisher – Aspyr – not sure what revenue she takes however – they do VR games, World of Warcraft, Tony Hawk – not too many games for kids though
Yevel Belyavskiy
 Yevel Belyavskiy One more piece of very interesting info!
Yevel Belyavskiy
Yevel Belyavskiy Oscar, do you mean a publisher that distributes your mobile app?
Oscar Sahun
 Oscar Sahun Yes. They are studios who already launched games and have their own users. What they do is cross promotion of your game
Jayne Clare
Jayne Clare Oscar – I believe you have some promo codes to give away. How would you like to handle it? Participants can DM you or you can put out a list here and have people grab them from here.
Jordan Gersell
 Jordan Gersell Direct Message
Oscar Sahun
Oscar Sahun Yes! I would love to share our game with all of you who have been asking about Blowing Minds and our games tonight.
Jayne Clare
Jayne Clare Whatever is easiest for you Oscar, you must be tired!
Oscar Sahun
 Oscar Sahun We have 25 promo codes to give away. Why don’t you send me an email at oski@blowingminds.net, just writing Brain Aliens promo code in the subject?
Oscar Sahun I will send a promo code tomorrow to the first 25
Jayne Clare
Jayne Clare Thanks Oscar! So generous of you and THANKS again for hosting tonight!
Katie Chirhart
 Katie Chirhart Oscar, that is so nice of you! Thank you so much! 
Oscar Sahun
Oscar Sahun It was a pleasure! And if you like Brain Aliens it would be great if you recommend it to all your friends 🙂
Jordan Gersell
Jordan Gersell Thank you for the talk tonight Oscar. It gave some great information.
Oscar Sahun
Oscar Sahun And do not hesitate to email me if you ever want to know more about our games and experiences!
Yevel Belyavskiy
 Yevel Belyavskiy Good night, and thanks all for coming & making this chat so interesting & informative.
Jayne Clare
Jayne Clare If anyone is interested in hosting an EdAppTalk please contact Tatyana or Yevel Belyavskiy, THANKS, ALL!

 

tat2linkedin_2_1Tatyana Belyavskaya taught on the college level in St. Petersburg, Russia for more than 20 years and moved to the USA in 1991. Over the next 20-years, she was a software engineer, a web designer, a database administrator, and an information systems analyst. Prompted by their grandkids’ math questions and problems, Tatyana and her husband (who is the software developer) decided to reach more children helping them to master basic math skills. They published a few tablets, phone and desktop applications for arithmetic practice. Tatyana likes to read and travel. Check out her suite of Math Apps here.
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