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Corporate internal use

Hello! I want to make some VR applications for my corporation (almost 3500 employees). Apps will be use internal for: - marketing trainings - production/warehouse assist - data visualization

None of them will be sold. Does the company have to pay any royalities for Unreal Engine 4 or Unreal Studio Beta?

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asked Sep 17 '18 at 12:26 PM in Legal & Licensing

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Thanks for the question! Based on your description, no royalties would be due to Epic. The Unreal Studio EULA does not contain a royalty, so any use of Unreal Studio is royalty free. If you choose to use the UE4 EULA, you also would not owe a royalty, as non-monetized uses of Unreal Engine are also royalty free under the UE4 EULA.

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answered Sep 17 '18 at 12:49 PM

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Thank you for the answer :)

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