Woovit was slammed today from fraudulent signups. A bot farm in one country apparently got some time off from mucking around in elections and wanted to play games. Putting geolocation restrictions wasn’t enough to stop it. For a while, it was over one a second, putting quite a strain on our resources. All this to try to get a key from the one offer that had no requirements — even though that offer manually reviewed all requests! Some of these “creators” then abused our email and online help system. It has led us to re-examine some of our assumptions and workflow to still provide good human service on top of our automation. Continue reading “New Creator Minimums or “Новые требования к создателям””
When a publisher uploads a new campaign to Woovit, they’re given the option of searching Steam to pre-populate game information. This previously included title, description, and cover image. Now our default upload will upload all of the assets from Steam. You have the option of deleting any while drafting the campaign, or adding additional assets not on Steam. See for example, our latest campaign for Nantucket: Continue reading “Improved Campaign Creation for Publishers – Steam Asset Uploads & Misc”
We’ll be giving updates on this blog in 2018 on our product updates and the industry we’re in. Our response time to emails will be slower than normal til we resume a regular schedule on January 3rd. Fortunately since we’ve automated the process of getting keys to great video creators hopefully you won’t notice a difference. Happy New Year!