Making custom Minecraft content is a million-dollar business

Matt Sayer 6 September 2017

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The blocky crafting game continues to bring in the cash.

Custom Minecraft content is in high-demand, it seems, with the game's official Minecraft Marketplace pulling in over US$1 million since its launch back in June this year.

The marketplace, which currently houses the works of twelve approved Minecraft creators, includes content such as new skins, new textures and even whole new worlds. Approved creators receive a majority cut of the sales of their works after the platform has taken its 30% share.

In other gaming phenomenon news, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has just sold 10 million copies in a little over five months, and our advanced review of Destiny 2 is ready for you to ingest.


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