Could We Have Four Million Dollar Kickstarters In The Next Month?

Million-dollar Kickstarters happen so frequently now that they aren't the epic news item they once were, but a month with potentially four of them is worth commenting on!

Live right now (and launched at almost exactly the same time--MCDM slightly ahead of MCG) are Kickstarters from Matt Colville's MCDM and Monte Cook Games. Both hit a quarter million in the first hour.



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Matt Colville's MCDM has run two successul million dollar campaigns (one at $2M+). While Monte Cook Games has not had a million-dollar campaign yet, they have a massive following and run multiple blockbuster Kickstarters every year. This could be their first million-dollar Kickstarter.

And coming soon are Free League (no stranger to blockbuster Kickstarters) with its Bladerunner Kickstarter on May 3rd which already has nearly 5,000 followers anticipating its launch, and Ghostfire Gaming, the Australian company involved with a whole range of million-dollar campaigns -- sometimes as publisher, sometimes as contributor -- with Arora, a dragon-ravaged post-apocalyptic setting. also coming in May.

Free League raised over $2M for its The One Ring Kickstarter last year. Ghostfire is behind the Grim Hollow series, which includes a million-dollar campaign, and was also involved with campaigns for Eldermancy's million-dollar Twisted Taverns book and Dungeon Dudes' million-dollar Dungeons of Drakkenheim campaign.



Will they all hit the million dollar mark? We'll find out over the next few weeks!
 

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antiwesley

Unpaid Scientific Adviser (Ret.)
Insulting people doesn't seem like a good strategy to attract players. I could be wrong.
Those 100% don't read sites like these. They are fully dependent on social media of the companies they worship and the podcasts/videos of other zombies and zuzus. If it's not a 'How to build the best ***** deck" or "How to min/max your ****** warrior" they don't have much use for these sites.
 

Umbran

Mod Squad
Staff member
Those 100% don't read sites like these. They are fully dependent on social media of the companies they worship and the podcasts/videos of other zombies and zuzus. If it's not a 'How to build the best ***** deck" or "How to min/max your ****** warrior" they don't have much use for these sites.

Mod Note:
It would be really, really good if you'd stop being insulting. Whether you think those folks are reading this or not is beside the point.
 




@Morrus I think the $2M TTRPG club might be a real thing after all--meaning, if we can safely guess it'll hit $1M, maybe that means it's basically going to get another million. Old Gods of Appalachia's zeroing in on that in its final hours, and it's hard to imagine Blade Runner not making it.
 


Mezuka

Hero
At least one, I’m hoping!
Great song, horrible video.

After a long day of bus touring on Saint-Lucia island we took a catamaran to get back to the hotel. The Sun was getting low on the horizon. The group was tired. The captain put this song on after we all received a glass of rum punch. Dancing erupted on the boat. All fatigue had gone away.

THAT is a short rest!
 


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