"So, why aren't the current crowdfunding platforms right for games?""There are a few reasons:1. They're award-based. And because of that, they're just platforms that help a creator organize their own communities in a very generic way (across some 30 different verticals). They're trying to be all things to all people.2. There is a lack of trust. Largely because campaign goals are completely divorced from the actual budget. So the end-user does not really have visibility into whether or not this can get made..."3. Games can only get...-Founder of PlayFig, Justin Bailey, on how video game campaigns are helping fuel the next evolution of equity crowdfunding.The post Games Changing the Rules of Crowdfunding? appeared first on FounderDating.