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Develop your indie game with help from Google Play

Google Play is committed to helping all developers growing. Ranging from large multinational companies or small startups and indie game studios. All of them are critical to providing the services and experiences that people from all over the world are looking for on their Android devices.

Community developers indie games, in particular. Till date constantly pushing boundaries with their creativity and passion. It also brings unique and diverse content to players everywhere.

To continue to support developers indie games. Today we open registration for Indie Games Accelerator. This program is designed to help small game studios thrive on Google Play at various levels. If you’re a small game studio looking for help launching a new title, apply to Indie Games Accelerator for guidance and education.

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This year’s program comes with several changes, including a more qualified marketplace and a fully digital event experience. Learn more below and register before August 1, 2022.

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Accelerator: Get education and mentoring to boost your growth

If you are a developer indie, at the start of your journey – almost launching a new game or just launching a title, this is the program for you. We will provide the education and guidance that will help you build, launch and grow successfully.

This year we have almost double the eligible market, with developer from over 70 countries are eligible to apply for the 2022 program.

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Selected participants will be invited to join an online acceleration program for 12 weeks. During this time, you’ll get exclusive access to the Google community and industry experts, as well as networks developer other passionate people from around the world who want to increase their growth.

Young creators can certainly take advantage of this for the better. The support provided is not only publishing games already made. But also as a place to develop creativity, especially creators who have been struggling in the field indie games.