Microsoft argues Xbox games commission is different from Apple’s App Store commission
Microsoft’s exec VP of gaming has argued that the Xbox games commission – the slice it takes of games sold through its own platform – isn’t comparable to Apple’s App Store commission.
Prior to Apple’s partial U-turn in halving the commission it charges most developers, the iPhone maker had pointed to games consoles as evidence that 30% was a standard industry commission. But Microsoft’s Phil Spencer rejects the comparison, for two reasons …
The post Microsoft argues Xbox games commission is different from Apple’s App Store commission appeared first on 9to5Mac.