Star Citizen – Top freelance websites
In the race to win the next big gaming craze, Star Citizen developer Cloud Imperium Games has announced its first foray into the world of freelance website creation.
The game’s developers will be partnering with a new service called Cloud Imperium Cloud, a marketplace for content creators to submit their work to the developer’s website.
Cloud Imperium Cloud will be a service that anyone can sign up for.
“Cloud Imperium’s Cloud is designed to help us attract and retain talented talent,” said Chris Roberts, Cloud Imperium’s chief creative officer.
“By integrating Cloud with the development of Star Citizen, we are able to attract and nurture our most talented developers and create the most engaging and engaging content possible.”
The partnership will also allow Cloud Imperium to offer its developers a way to make money, which is critical to the development process.
“We are committed to being a part of the industry, and the more we can do that, the more money we can make,” Roberts added.
“With Cloud Imperium, we’re not only able to create and distribute the content that we want to create, but also provide a way for developers to make a living by selling and selling content.”
The service, which launches in March, will be free to use and the developers will only be charged for the work they create.
But, as the Star Citizen developers will soon learn, there are ways to monetise their work.
The service’s creators can earn commission on any revenue they make, and there are several different types of revenue that can be earned.
“It’s a way of rewarding our developers for their hard work, and helping them grow their careers,” said Roberts.
“If you’ve got a cool idea for a game, or a cool concept for a feature, or some really cool work that you want to share with the world, we can build a platform for you to get your work published on.”
The Cloud Imperium team will also be creating an “incentive program” where the developer will earn commission for any future contributions to the game.
“When we launch this service, we will also make an exclusive offer for our developers,” Roberts explained.
“They will get a percentage of any revenue from any future purchases made on Cloud Imperium.”
For anyone who’s never used a crowdfunding platform before, Cloud Engine is a free service that allows developers to set up a crowdfunding campaign.
“A campaign is essentially a website that allows you to ask for money to help you get your game made,” said Paul Hirsch, CEO of Crowdrise, a crowdfunding website.
“It’s very similar to Kickstarter.
It’s basically an automated platform where you ask people for money and get back an amount.
The way it works is that you create a campaign on Cloud Engine, and you get a certain percentage of your funds back from your backers.”
Cloud Engine has a very simple interface and developers can upload a blank website and upload all of their artwork.
“This is really simple to use,” said Hirsch.
“The only way to get into Cloud Engine right now is by getting your campaign approved by Cloud Imperium.
But this is a service for people who want to be involved in crowdfunding.”
The developers can choose to sign up with Cloud Imperium for free, or they can opt to pay a fee of up to $99 per month for a five-month membership.
A $99 monthly subscription would cost $9.99 per year.
“Cloud Imperium is really excited about this,” said Mike Hirsch of Crowdrising, CloudEngine’s co-founder.
“From a development standpoint, this is great.
They’re really going to have a massive amount of money to work with from the people who will be making these games.”
The crowdfunding platform will have a number of features that can help attract more developers to the service.
“Our developers will have access to Cloud Imperium-approved content that’s free to publish and they will have exclusive access to content that is paid for by Cloud,” said Cloud Imperium CEO Roberts.
Cloud Imperium will also have a suite of paid subscriptions that will give them access to premium content.
“One of the things that Cloud Imperium does very well is the Cloud Engine subscriptions are really high quality content that has been paid for,” Hirsch said.
“These are not the content you would find in most Kickstarter campaigns, or the content for a typical MMO.”
The creators of Cloud Engine will also get access to the Cloud Imperium studio, which will be staffed with developers from around the world.
“Every day, we get people from around here working on Star Citizen,” said CIG CEO Chris Roberts.
The team will work to make the content and experience available to the developers.
Cloud Engine also has a “cloud incubator” that will host a series of “meetups” in the Cloud.
“For these meetups, you can signup with Cloud, or you can go to our Cloud Engine website, and we’ll host a meetup in your area,” Roberts said.
Cloud Engine will be available to all developers who sign up.
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