UK-based consultancy firm ICO Partners says gamers are pledging far less money to Kickstarter projects in this year as compared to last.
In the first half of 2016, we’ve collectively pledged $8.2 million to video game projects on Kickstarter, compared to more than $20 million in each half of 2015.
The firm says that a similar amount of projects are being successfully funded this year and last, but we’re simply offering up less money to projects overall. This is especially the case in large-scale projects, with donations dramatically decreasing. Interestingly enough, we’re giving more money to smaller projects.
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