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Open List of html5 publishers contacts.

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There seems to be a lot of secrecy about html5 publishers and there's not many lists out there (the one I know about is on TV blog). Altough I understand that this is a competition and each of us wants a big piece of the pie I still think that the lack of disclosure it's unhealthy for the HTML5 market. Also it's very hard for a new developer to get it's foot in the door without having contacts - yeah, I'm a new developer too.


Here's a list of publisher contacts that I made with Google's help.

You can also use this list to take the pulse of the market so to speak - get your inspiration and see the latest trends and game quality requirements.

All data in this list is publicly available on their respective websites and there are no private/personal contact data displayed as far as I know. If you see something that needs to be removed or it's in violation of some policy please let me know and I'll update it.

Also in the emails I've replaced the at sign and the dot with the words "at" and "dot" to make it harder for bots to collect them. 

 

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EMAIL SUBMIT:
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ARMORGAMES
Websites:
http://armorgames.com/

Submit:
Tasselfoot at Armorgames dot com


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BORED
Websites:
http://games.bored.com/

Submit:
sales at floratraffic dot com  

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BIGDINO
Websites:
http://bigdino.com/index.php

Submit:
info at bigdino.com
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NOTDOPPLER:
Websites:
http://www.notdoppler.com/

Submit:
contact at notdoppler dot com
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TOOMKYGAMES
Websites:
http://toomkygames.com/

Submit:
john at toomkygames dot com
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ADDICTING GAMES
Websites:
http://www.addictinggames.com/index.jsp

Submit:
submit at addictinggames dot com
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MINICLIP
Websites:
miniclip.com

Submit:
gamedev at miniclip dot com
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Y8
Websites:
y8.com

Submit:
idnet at webgroup-limited dot com
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GAMES 2 WIN
Websites:
game2winmedia.com

Submit:
partnerus at games2win dot com
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DROPANT
Websites:
dropant.com

Submit:
contact at dropant dot com
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POKI
Websites:
poki.com

Submit:
hello at poki dot com

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BGAMESAPP
Websites:
http://www.bgamesapp.co.uk/#!/
http://gamifive.mobivillage.fr/#!/
http://www.giochissimo.it/#!/

Submit:
bgamesuk at buongiorno dot com
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EBOG
Websites:
ebog.com

Submit:
contact at simldc dot com


PANDA FREE GAMES
Websites:
pandafreegames.co.za 

Submit:
pandagamesweb at gmail dot com







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EASY SUBMIT FORM
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PAPA JUEGOS 
WEBSITES:
papajogos.com

Submit:
http://www.papajogos.com.br/contato.html (form)

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 GAMES FREAK 
WEBSITES:
gamesfreak.net

Submit:
http://www.gamesfreak.net/contact.html  (form)

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MY GAMES 4 GIRLS 
Websites:
mygames4girls.com

Submit:
http://www.mygames4girls.com/contact/

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GAMING CLOUD 
Websites:
gamingcloud.com
qgames.org

Submit:
http://www.gamingcloud.com/contact.html  (form)

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ARCADE CABIN 
Websites:
arcadecabin.com

Submit:
http://www.arcadecabin.com/contact-us (form)


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HATCH FUN
Websites:
hatchfun.com

Submit:
http://www.hatchfun.com/users/contact.html (form)



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SPILL GAMES
Websites:
http://www.spilgames.com/

Submit:
http://spilgames.force.com/webtolead
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MAD 
Websites:
http://mad.com/

Submit:
http://mad.com/  (bottom page link)
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KANO GAMES 
Websites:
kanogames.com

Submit:
http://www.kanogames.com/profile/developers (contact button right bottom page)
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HTML 5 GAMES .NET 
Websites:
html5games.net

Submit:
http://www.html5games.net/submit-game/
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GAMEPIX 
Websites:
gamepix.com

Submit:
http://www.gamepix.com/contact-us/
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YEPI 
Websites:
yepi.com

Submit:
http://www.yepi.com/ (contact button bottom)
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SOFT GAMES 
Websites:
softgames.de

Submit:
http://www.softgames.de/developers/ (submit game button)
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Jeux-gratuits


Websites:
jeux-gratuits.com

Submit:
http://www.jeux-gratuits.com/contactez-nous.html
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ORANGE GAMES - SENT
Websites:
orangegames.com
http://m.starbie.co.uk/
http://oyungemisi.com/
http://spele.nl/

Submit:
http://orangegames.com/contact/ (bottom page)
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COOL GAMES
Websites:
coolgames.com
http://www.gamepix.com/

Submit:
http://corporate.coolgames.com/developers/ (Bottom page)
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FAMOBI
Websites:
famobi.com

Submit:
https://famobi.com/  (submit game button)
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COMPLEX SUBMISSION PROCESS / UNKNOWN
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CLAY
Websites:
clay.io

Submit:
https://dev.clay.io/login

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MINIPLAY:
Websites:
http://www.miniplay.com/

Submit:
https://ssl.miniplay.com/dev/user/login  (requires a portofolio website)

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ADULTSWIM:
Websites:
http://www.adultswim.com/

Submit:
http://www.adultswim.com/games/pitch/
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NEWGROUNDS
Websites:
http://www.newgrounds.com/

Submit:
Exclusive: http://www.newgrounds.com/pm/send/tomfulp
Advertising: http://www.newgrounds.com/wiki/creator-resources/monetization


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KONGREGATE
Websites:
http://docs.kongregate.com/docs/uploading-your-game

Submit:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfhGdqeKc_4Ph_jisGIv0HM6nD7ouPSMCy58XYj8FTmNLwp5g/viewform?formkey=dF9wRXJWZGFPbXJCalJXdnAtWXdyS1E6MQ&ifq

 

Edited by scheffgames
Updated text list to make emails harder to read by bots.

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Most of the portals you've listed deals in Flash games (some of those buy Html5 games as well). 

There's a "secret" part of the forum - after posting/commenting enough (can't say what the current limit looks like) you'll get access there. We quite openly discuss all the publishers that deal in Html5 games there. 

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11 hours ago, blackmoondev said:

Most of the portals you've listed deals in Flash games (some of those buy Html5 games as well). 

There's a "secret" part of the forum - after posting/commenting enough (can't say what the current limit looks like) you'll get access there. We quite openly discuss all the publishers that deal in Html5 games there. 

That's good to know, could use the knowledge. :)

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I certainly agree that the general lack of disclosure is unhealthy for the market. Rich & I must have posted the majority of sponsors between us, dating back to when this was a totally private forum, and we're just two developers. Barely anyone else shares their contacts.

I would advise against listing the emails for publishers if they are not publicly displayed on their website. While my List of HTML5 Publishers & Sponsors contains many names, it does not contain emails. By exposing the email to spam/abuse it will eventually become useless (this happens very frequently). My stance is that developers who make the effort to explore the publisher's website and do their research deserve to reap the rewards. This preserves the integrity of a publisher for much longer.

Also, representatives may not consent to have their personal data shared in this manner. I hope you will reconsider the format of this compilation.

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13 hours ago, True Valhalla said:

I certainly agree that the general lack of disclosure is unhealthy for the market. Rich & I must have posted the majority of sponsors between us, dating back to when this was a totally private forum, and we're just two developers. Barely anyone else shares their contacts.

I would advise against listing the emails for publishers if they are not publicly displayed on their website. While my List of HTML5 Publishers & Sponsors contains many names, it does not contain emails. By exposing the email to spam/abuse it will eventually become useless (this happens very frequently). My stance is that developers who make the effort to explore the publisher's website and do their research deserve to reap the rewards. This preserves the integrity of a publisher for much longer.

Also, representatives may not consent to have their personal data shared in this manner. I hope you will reconsider the format of this compilation.

All the data in the list is publicly available on their respective websites and there are no personal/private emails posted. Also there's no personal data listed, no personal reviews or opinions - just an ID name, on which website it's  hosted and the way to contact them.

You might be right about the email spam abuse thingy so I'll probably delete those. 

About the developers making an effort I don't quite agree in this situation - it's obvious that a developer should work hard and improve constantly but what if the developer it's lacking the proper pointers to guide him in his career? How will a novice know which art style, animation, gameplay requirements to use in order to be able to sell his game if he doesn't know where to look for inspiration? Or where to sell his game? I don't consider this to be a cheat list but rather a starting point for beginners - they'll still have to work hard on making the game and selling it so why not give them a hand?

After all I'm sure that seasoned html5 devs have their own established channels so I don't see how this is hurting anyone.

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Sharing public lists can be nice for those who have not enough time for googling. In this case it was helpful that Zygomatic responded as it is not polite in my opinion to disturb some devs via their websites, but as long as they have contacts on their page, it is not always obvious that you have no chance to offer them your games. So, I'd like to read more from guys who do not accept others' games. It's really a common thing to write to everybody you find hwen you are eager to find a publisher.

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