Will your game be successful? Studying genre trends on Steam

Category: marketing
Date: May 5, 2021
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Chris Zukowski, Game Marketing Consultant and Strategist

Releasing a good game is not enough; you must make a game that has an audience on Steam. In this talk marketing consultant and Steam anthropologist Chris Zukowski will walk you through the current genre trends on Steam and show you some techniques to predict how well your game will do before you release it.

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** Vidéo en anglais seulement **

Publier un bon jeu ne suffit plus; vous devez aujoud'hui créer un jeu qui a une audience sur Steam. Lors de cette rencontre, le consultant en marketing et anthropologue de Steam, Chris Zukowski, vous dévoilera les tendances actuelles des catégories de jeu, sur Steam et vous présentera quelques techniques pour prédire les performances de votre jeu avant de le sortir.

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Will your game be successful? Studying genre trends on Steam
May 5, 2021

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