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Crey Games teams with Overwolf’s Tebex to make game creation accessible

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Register today.Crey Games has teamed up with Overwolf’s Tebex division to build an accessible and non-technical game creation platform.User-generated content platform maker Overwolf recently acquired Tebex, which helps monetize games and private game servers. (Overwolf’s CEO Uri Marchand will speak about UGC at our upcoming GamesBeat Summit Next 2022 event on October 25-26 in San Francisco).This collaboration will financially reward Crey’s game creators as users will be able to acquire and spend the platform’s currency through a Tebex-powered web store.

In turn, game creators will be rewarded for their creations via in-game purchases. The first title to integrate this functionality is Time Travellin’ Zombies, an action shooting multiplayer cooperative game.Crey Games wants to empower creators to build, play, and monetize games without the barriers of learning to code.

Its mission is to solve the problems that user-generated games face around creation, distribution, and financing. With over one million installs to date, Crey gives creatives of all backgrounds an avenue to create entertaining and fun experiences within minutes.GamesBeat Summit Next 2022Join gaming leaders live this October 25-26 in San Francisco to examine the next big opportunities within the gaming industry.“Tebex has built an outstanding end-to-end service that will add an enormous amount of value to our users and will help us make monetization more fair, transparent, and accessible for UGC game creators,” said Benjamin Flosser, product director at Crey Games, in a statement. “We share a

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