Google+ Commission on Game Transactions is 5 Percent Vs Facebook’s 30 Percent

August 12, 2011 1:11 am

We spotted this today:

“For the launch of its Google+ social games platform, Google has found one way to differentiate itself from Facebook. For in-game transactions, Google is only going to be charging a 5 percent commission to game developers instead of the 30 percent that Facebook charges.

Since Facebook charges a higher commission, the Google+ game platform could become far more attractive to developers as its number of users grows. The one caveat is that the current commission of *5 percent is promotional*, said Soni.”

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