Nordic Game is proud to feature a partner story from Xsolla
Flash-based game developers, the end is near, and the time has come to evolve or die. For years, Flash has been the backbone of games on PCs, phones, tablets, and other devices. In the past, those games have been a booming part of the gaming market. But that era is quickly coming to an end.
Adobe will end support for Flash at the end of 2020, and afterward, it will no longer function on any major web browser. Additionally, Facebook Gameroom will end new game submissions at the end of the year and shut down entirely in Summer 2021. These distribution channels are drying up, leaving many games without a home or a chance to build a community.
Thankfully, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, and Xsolla is here to help you evolve, thrive, and survive. There are options that can keep your game viable and profitable, and we’re here to assist you every step of the way.
Source: The Business Research Company. National Statistics Offices, UN Comtrade, TBRC Analysis, TBRC Estimates, TBRC Secondary
If you want to distribute your games after Flash has been discontinued, Xsolla offers two solutions to help with this problem. While Flash is on its way out, that doesn’t mean browser games are — in fact, with the web games market poised to rise to a value of $9.3 billion by 2023*, things are only getting better.
Dive deep into both solutions with Xsolla right here.
Great games can emerge anywhere. We at Xsolla are here to ensure the best ideas get made, get seen, and get played. So we’ve built a suite of products that remove the barriers between creators and the support they need, enabling an ecosystem where every industry player can connect to get our best work done.
Learn more about Xsolla at xsolla.com.
Become a Nordic Game partner
Nordic Game would not be celebrating double editions this year without the tremendous support of our sponsors and partners. Many of them have already signed-up for 2021 as well, but we’re always ready to welcome new partners.
Contact Nordic Game’s Teddy Florea here for more info about the many opportunities available to put your brand in front of the entire Nordic developer community and their global peers in 2021 and beyond.
About the Nordic Game conference
Nordic Game is the leading games conference in Europe, and 2020 marks its seventeenth and eighteenth editions. Gathering thousands of industry professionals in Malmö annually, Nordic Game is the one and only “home turf” meeting place for the highly successful game developers of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
Experience both Nordic Game events for one low price with a flashback pass right here!
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