Fig lets you invest in games you believe will succeed. It’s a lot like buying stock in a company, except you’re buying a stock whose returns will be based on revenue generated by the sales of the games!
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Fig is a Community Publisher that allows all gamers the opportunity to discover, back, pre-order and help fund the games and game consoles they love. Fig was created to provide game studios and their fans a more balanced and sustainable approach to game development. They’re changing how games get made by bringing together fans and investors for the first time. You can help grow the games ecosystem, inspire new community-informed titles, and provide a creative platform for studios to bring their ideas to the people who matter most—the fans.
Fig also recently joined Republic! With that there will be more games, more investment, more funding, and the opportunity for greater returns. It means all of that, but most of all it means Fig will be in a better place to help independent developers deliver amazing award winning content that wouldn’t otherwise be possible.
Things to Know
You make money on
Term of investment
Invest in the future of games and gamers.
Earn distributions from game sales!
Fans enjoy exclusives or earn from sales returns
How you make money
Fig Game Shares pay dividends based on the sales receipts from the particular associated game, when the game is developed and released.
How Fig makes money
Fig take a piece of the revenue share before investors see any returns. Deal terms are dependent on the specific deal, however, Fig generally takes a portion of sales themselves to pay-off distribution, marketing and other fees. The company also receives a percentage of game sales for several years after the games release.
Is it safe?
Investors must acknowledge and accept the high risks associated with investing in private securities offerings, including holding your investment for periods of many years with limited or no ability to resell, limited access to periodic reporting and losing your entire investment. These investments are speculative. All investors should make their own determination of whether or not to make any investment in an offering, based on their own independent evaluation and analysis after consulting with their financial, tax and investment advisors.