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Green Man Gaming partners with 10 Chambers Collective

This kicks off Green Man's new Digital Partners Programme, open to all independent studios and developers.

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Green Man Gaming has just launched its Digital Partners Programme, and to kick things off they've unveiled a new deal with GTFO studio 10 Chambers Collective, starting the initiative that's open to all independent studios and developers.

"Over the last 6 months we've been working on this new service proposition in reaction to what we think are dusty old school publishing and distribution models," said Paul Sulyok, CEO Green Man Gaming. "We've taken everything we've learned from working with indie studios and devs over the past decade and applied this to create the Digital Partners Programme. We'll be there to help when and where it's needed."

"We've stripped away any unnecessary, bloated fixed terms to instead offer greater choice and flexibility with access to our publishing, distribution, retail, marketing and community expertise all in one contract that directly connects developers to every digital retailer on the planet. I don't believe there's anyone else but the Green Man Gaming team who is able to deliver a more customizable digital partnership that is of true value to developers."

GTFO has just launched on Early Access yesterday, but we got to see it ahead of time and play some of it with 10 Chambers' Simon Viklund, as you can see here.

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