There is one more support program for indie developers. Publisher SayGames has allocated $10 million for the publication of hyper-casual games as part of a special SayHero project.
The company announced the launch of the initiative in a press release.
According to SayGames, the prize fund of the first stage of the promotion will be $2 million. This money will be distributed among 10 teams. Developers who will not be among the winners will also not be left without support. The publisher promised to give them access to SayHero Portal, a service that allows you to view detailed information on your product and its indicators.
We have been involved in working on games together with developers since the very first stages of product creation, which leads to the launch of very effective marketing campaigns. At the same time, we strive to build long-term relationships with teams. SayHero was created so that more independent teams could achieve success with us.
CEO of SayGames
She did not disclose the terms of participation in the SayGames program. Applications for SayHero will be accepted until March 31. You can send a request by following the link.
In the portfolio of SayGames itself, there are more than 40 projects that have collected a total of 2 billion installations. Moreover, 20 of them were released only last year, and 15 titles were in the top 10 most downloaded US games in the local Google Play and App Store. Among the company’s most high—profile products are Johnny Trigger and Sand Balls.