rujitra (NA)
: This will depend greatly on your definition of microtransactions. To me, the purchasing of RP is not a "microtransaction" - it's like buying "app store credit" and then spending it later on specific, permanent items that are used in the game (such as skins). The important thing is you only buy an individual skin once - you don't buy it twice on an account. This is what, to me, makes RP purchases in and of themselves not microtransactions. Now, boxes and/or keys and/or event passes can be considered microtransactions, but there's an argument against event passes being microtransactions (as they are only bought once as well, for a specific event). Again, up to you. On the subject of data, it's not public and likely will never be. Such data of income sources is generally considered to be *extremely* proprietary and confidential. Either RIot's doing very well, and they'll keep doing it and not want other companies to emulate them, or they're not doing so well and they don't want other companies to be able to capitalize on it and force them out of the market.
> [{quoted}](name=rujitra,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=uE6cEQ6d,comment-id=0005,timestamp=2019-05-21T03:10:08.723+0000) > > This will depend greatly on your definition of microtransactions. > > To me, the purchasing of RP is not a "microtransaction" - it's like buying "app store credit" and then spending it later on specific, permanent items that are used in the game (such as skins). The important thing is you only buy an individual skin once - you don't buy it twice on an account. This is what, to me, makes RP purchases in and of themselves not microtransactions. > > Now, boxes and/or keys and/or event passes can be considered microtransactions, but there's an argument against event passes being microtransactions (as they are only bought once as well, for a specific event). Again, up to you. > > On the subject of data, it's not public and likely will never be. Such data of income sources is generally considered to be *extremely* proprietary and confidential. Either RIot's doing very well, and they'll keep doing it and not want other companies to emulate them, or they're not doing so well and they don't want other companies to be able to capitalize on it and force them out of the market. I guess you are right, but it is a project about the economic impact from microtransactions (including skins and event) in the economy from a company or games for say fifa league, or any other, and it would give us a giant lead in the project
Comentários de Rioters

Mrs Mønkey

Nível 195 (EUW)
Total de votos positivos
Criar uma discussão