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hi can someone tell me if i have to pay the 5% royalties if the app i'm planning to release is going to be free?

hi everyone i wanna use ue4 to create an AR app for smartphones which i wanna release for free, do i have to pay the royalty fee if i don't have any income? sorry for my bad english i'm Italian

Product Version: UE 4.20
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asked Jul 28 '18 at 05:09 PM in Legal & Licensing

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You will not owe royalties if you do not receive any revenue whatsoever. Please note, however, that revenue is broader than just the purchase price of the app. Revenue includes ad revenue, in-app purchases, etc. So even if your app is free, if you receive revenue in any form attributable to the app, you will owe a royalty (except in specific cases set forth in the EULA). Please see Section 5 of the EULA for more detail.

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answered Jul 30 '18 at 03:01 PM

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5% of zero is zero.

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answered Jul 29 '18 at 03:29 AM

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