Epidemic Sound for Game Development

Are you a game developer? Discover how Epidemic Sound can help video game production companies of all sizes.

How does copyright work for video games?

How does copyright work for video games?

Copyright in video games works much the same way as it does in other creative works. The game developer typically holds the copyright to the game, which includes the code, graphics, audio, and other creative elements. If a third party contributes to the game's development, such as a composer or artist, they may hold copyright to their individual contributions.

Using copyrighted material in a video game, such as music or images, typically requires obtaining permission from the copyright holder. Alternatively, game developers can use royalty-free material, like the Epidemic Sound’s catalog, to avoid any copyright issues.

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The benefits of using Epidemic Sound in game development

The benefits of using Epidemic Sound in game development

  • Ease of finding the perfect track thanks to our advanced filtering and features such as EAR

  • Huge catalog with over 40,000 tracks and 90,000 sound effects that span all genres and categories

  • A cheaper option than getting a custom soundtrack from a composer

  • Guaranteed copyright-safe catalog

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