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How to monetize csgo custom map?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by J0akes, Mar 29, 2015.

  1. J0akes

    J0akes Newbie

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    So I made this map in this game counter strike global offensive. The map has about 20k subscribers now which means 20k people have my map on their computer and will get automatic updates if I modify the map.
    What would be the best way to monetize this kind of traffic.
     
  2. Bot Solutions

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    How do you get traffic?

    What about monetizing with https://www.g2a.com?
    I saw lot of threads about this website
     
  3. McGrady

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    Incentive... try to bring them to your website and monetize your website, if you don't have a website, make one. Then you create another map, and so on. I think i would do that.

    yes, g2a is a contextual way also.
     
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  4. Known

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    OH CANADA!!!!
    Just put a link to your paypal or whatever somewhere, I've seen community devs do it in other games. You already provide the service by creating new maps.
     
  5. miki77

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    Add a picture that has a link to your (or soon to be) website. On here you can have a opt-in for an email list, donation button (bitcoin/paypal), etc. Or you can sell advertising space in the map to communities or websites.