February 8, 2013 12:00 PM | Staff
Electronic Arts-owned mobile game publisher Chillingo is gearing up to launch a new games portal called '100% Indie', which will offer developers a means of connecting with Android users who own Samsung devices.
Due to launch of March 4, the scheme is a joint venture between Chillingo and Samsung, and is the latter's attempt at pushing its own Samsung Apps mobile store.
Those studios who sign up to the initiative and offer their games through the Samsung Apps Android store will receive promotional resources and information that the company says will encourage and motivate.
As a way of enticing developers in more rapidly, Chillingo revealed that those developers who join the program in its first six months live will receive 100 percent revenue for their title.
Notably, after that period the revenue share will drop to 80 percent, and then down to 70 percent after March 2015.
Any developers interested in signing up to the portal can do so on the official website.
[Mike Rose wrote this article originally for sister site Gamasutra.]