Rooster Teeth Dives into the Indie Game Scene

Find out why Rooster Teeth has decided to get involved in the indie game publishing scene.

When you think Rooster Teeth, two things likely come to mind; RWBY and Red vs. Blue. At least, that’s what pops into our heads when we reminisce on our favorite offerings from Rooster Teeth. However, we now have a brand new reason to love Rooster Teeth, as the company has decided to officially join the indie game publishing scene.

Rooster Teeth hopes to utilize their wide network of fans to help buoy the indie games they choose to publish via Rooster Teeth Games. At the moment, it doesn’t appear as though Rooster Teeth has any set criteria regarding what they’re willing to publish. Instead, indie devs of all backgrounds are encouraged to contact Rooster Teeth.

Although, we feel Rooster Teeth may select games they feel best fit their core audience that tops over 5 million active viewers. Addressing the company’s latest endeavor, Rooster Teeth director Michael Hadwin stated:

“We invite the aspiring, stellar, creative indie developers around the world to contact Rooster Teeth Games and pitch their best content and games to us. We are eager to share access to the vast potential audiences within the Rooster Teeth community, and to publish and deliver new and exciting content to gamers worldwide.”

Rooster Teeth already has its beak planted in the indie scene, as they’ll be publishing Battlesloths 2025: The Great Pizza War by developer Invisible Collective this Spring.

What do you think of Rooster Teeth’s move into indie game publishing? Let us know in the comments below, and stay tuned for more news about Rooster Teeth Games!

For more indie game news here at Indie Obscura, be sure to take a walk through Hideo Kojima's indie game studio Kojima Productions, brush up on some of the most anticipated Metroidvania indie games of 2017, and find out more about the recently confirmed Banner Saga 3!  

Morgan is a writer, indie game lover, and socially awkward coffee addict. Need something? Morgan can be reached at morgan.shaver@allgamers.com or if you like, you can say hello using GIFs on Twitter.

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