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    Creating A Video Games Business At Home
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    wade_man_uk Guest
    I just need help with this one major problem. Where to get stock from? Any Help would be much appreachiated.
    Thanks Tom


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    Just try to go with crowdfunding services.

    Let us know if you created any games already


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    crowd is good
    Yeah, crowdfunding can really help you with that kind of funding....


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    great idea.. i hope you got success..


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    Hi guys. What's up?


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    Last edited by bytrol; 01-05-2019 at 06:31 AM.
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    If you're looking for capital to create a new game - idk man.. that's going to be tough without investors or possibly crowdfunding like some are saying.

    But ifyou are just looking to sell already popular games from home and you need stock (which I think is what you asked for) I would look into dropshipping to begin if you dont have a lot of money. this is the process of selling a game for say $50 , and then as soon as someone buys it you go to a third party site like Ali Express (a chinese wholesaler) and buy the game for like $20 and just ship it straight to the buyers address while pocketing the $30. It's totally legal and tons of peiple are doing it. Once you get up and running and have some money, look into Fullfilment by amazon (FBA) and try contacting some of the manufacturers like Blizzard, EA, etc to buy in bulk.

    Hope this gives you some ideas!


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    Yes, crowdfunding will be helpful for you..


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    There are plenty ways to make money from video games. From now on, you can go with pay to play and free to play models and they both are successful, if you make the game right. For instance, take a look at Rockstar or CD Project, that do awesome single player games and make billions on it. Or if your game is decent, buy short on money, you do the crowd funding and early access stuff, it's still trending. Free games, if they are solid , can bring you money as well. Take a look at Path of Exile - it's interesting to play and has a complex economical model, that will make to visit sites as www.poecurrency.shop to craft and buy some things. And you can earn from is at well. It only takes to be a skillful developer, and that is totally up to you.


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    Well, it is not easy, especially nowadays. There are so many huge A brands and tech companies which are fighting for the spot under the sun. I am not even going to mention about advantage these companies have in technological aspect. Even such big and popular games like LOL have problems. Also, it is more popular at the very beginning of its start, due to huge investments into marketing. Thus, people are reviewing it on youtube, make gameplay videos and funny video with lol jokes and funny moments from the game.


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    You should take a look at muonline.us as they been on market for years and just keep going. They have changed few game engines, publisher and other stuff and still going strong. And it's a useful experience as it allows you to take a look at other people's mistakes.


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