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Steam Greenlight's Replacement Could Pose Problems Of Its Own - Kotaku

Today, Valve announced that they're killing Steam Greenlight, the user-driven service they use to ferry lesser-known games onto the Steam store. Soon, it'll be supplanted by Steam Direct, a service that allow anyone to pay a fee get their game, well ...and more »

Steam Direct will soon let any developer sell their game on Valve's platform - Wired.co.uk

PC gaming storefront Steam is abandoning its Greenlight scheme in favour of a new system called Steam Direct. Currently, Greenlight lets Steam users vote on which games are listed on the service. Steam Direct will allow any developer to directly upload ...and more »

Steam Greenlight is dead: Valve introduces Steam Direct - VentureBeat

Valve wants to take itself out of the equation when it comes to the Steam PC gaming marketplace, and that means it is ending the Steam Greenlight program and introducing a far more open platform. Steam Direct is a new path for developers to bring their ...and more »

Valve Kills Steam Greenlight - Kotaku

After years of saying they'd do it, Valve is finally getting rid of Steam Greenlight, Steam's user-driven service for admitting smaller games to the Steam store. They're replacing it with something called Steam Direct. Here's how it'll work: “We will ...and more »

Steam Greenlight is about to be dumped - Polygon

Valve is set to drop its Steam Greenlight system — which allows customers to vote on small-scale and fledgling projects — in favor of a more streamlined system. Greenlight will be canned this spring and replaced with Steam Direct. Greenlight was ...and more »

Steam Greenlight had to go, but its replacement might just work - Eurogamer.net

Steam Greenlight, Valve's process for finding new games to place on the store, will soon be gone. In a few short months Valve will replace it with a much more straightforward system they're calling Steam Direct because, well, it's a more direct method ...and more »

Steam's upcoming pay structure won't help devs or players - Polygon

The Steam Greenlight system, where players vote on which games make it onto Steam, is going away. The replacement involves a more straightforward method of paying for inclusion. The new system — Steam Direct — is simple: You pay Valve money ...and more »

Valve is removing Steam Greenlight this spring - Eurogamer.net

Steam Greenlight, the service that lets players vote on which products they'd like to see available on Valve's popular storefront, is being removed this spring in lieu of a new system that will put products directly on shop. It will be called Steam ...and more »

Valve says goodbye to Steam Greenlight, hello to “Direct” publishing - Ars Technica

Nearly five years after Steam Greenlight was first announced, Valve said today it is doing away with the controversial system that let users vote on which games they thought should be sold on the popular PC digital distribution service. The service ...and more »

Valve to replace Steam Greenlight with a fee-based game submission system - Gamasutra

Less than five years after launching the service, Valve has decided to close down Steam's Greenlight platform and replace it with a more formalized process for developers to submit their games to Steam. This is potentially a huge deal for developers ...and more »