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If it was just a single tier referral system then there would not be remuneration involved, instead you have the company themselves selling the 'game' and then you have the next level down where people who have bought the game then are paid for 'selling' the game to other people, hence the MLM part, it does not matter how many tiers there are, as long as there is at least one of them in addition to the 'origin' for it to be classed as being MLM.Kyleran said:Funny, I concluded we had pretty much established they aren't using MLM, being more of a single tier referral system.Phry said:Is the argument still revolving around whether or not they use MLM? i thought it was pretty much decided that they were.Prescience said:Unlike other multilevel marketing companies, Intrepid Studio’s system ensures that profits are given back to the game and to the Ashes community. - Dr Christina Martins, Contributor
Regardless what you call it, they did figure out a way to run a very successful campaign at a time when I thought the market was suffering from KSer burnout.
Tim E said it well, not a direct quote but something along the lines of 'gamers have proven once again there is no monetization hill we can't climb'
Still not quite sure what sort of game this is even after visiting the site.
Small world survival type?
With a Harvard Law Professor overseeing the political system? A communism simulator no doubt.
The crazy thing is, i was tempted to buy the steam version as its only like £4.00 even though i already have a regular copy of the game, silly i know as i don't need it, but its a great game and i am a sucker for bargains.Recore said:We just might hit 20K today!