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Is it possible to subscribe for more than one license?

Good day Unreal Community,

Is it possible to subscribe for more than one license? I work with some (hobby) game developers, which are not sure how long they want to work on the projects. And my problem is I don’t want to subscribe and cancel the subscription each time, when someone leaves my Team and someone new comes for him (we are just students). My idea was to subscribe for 5+1 licenses (under my name), which the Team members (one license per seat/person) could use for the project. Currently we are (still) students, so we have limited financial possibilities.

About the team member, every team member has signed a contract, which includes a NDA (non-disclosure-argument). The contract (between my team members and me) can expand, if there are necessary parts.

About us, we are a really small team (team size: 6 people). Currently we are students and want to develop a game with Unreal Engine 4. We do it just as a hobby.

I’m sorry for my bad English, my native language is German. I work on my English skills, so when you read something I wrote and you think it’s wrong please tell it me I will change and learn it ;)

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asked Nov 18 '14 at 10:52 PM in Legal & Licensing

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Each individual developer that would be working with UE4 would require a unique account and their own subscription. As per the EULA,

Epic grants you a non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-sublicensable (except as described in this Agreement) license for a single User to use, reproduce, display, perform, and modify the Licensed Technology for any lawful purpose (the "License"). https://www.unrealengine.com/eula

That being said, if you are currently enrolled at a higher learning institute and have a school-provided email address, you can request a code for free subscription time through GitHub's Student Developer Pack. Just create an Unreal Engine account at www.unrealengine.com, create a GiHub account and then go to GitHub's pack page here: https://education.github.com/pack. There you can follow the links and request the pack. It may take a couple of days for them to verify your email address. Then you will receive a code for your subscription. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Let me know if you have any questions, I'm here to help!


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answered Nov 18 '14 at 11:16 PM

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Thank's a lot for the fast answer.

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