In July, Roll20 and DriveThruRPG announced they come together under Ankit Lal. Don’t call it a merger; call it a joint venture. The two have been pretty much operating in unison for the last few months, and now marketplaces for digital content are getting closer together.
At the time it was announced that the community content program that OneBookShelf, the DriveThruRPG parent company, has with Wizards of the Coast would expand to include Roll20.
Right now, third-party publishers who follow the rules can create and sell D&D adventures and other content from the DMsGuild. As of this week, those modules can also be created for Roll20.
Want to sell D&D stuff on Roll20? There’s an updated intro page to help. You’ll need both a Roll20 Partner account and a DMsGuild creator account.
Roll20 is a significant marketplace for virtual tabletop content, and this is a big step forward, but it’s not finished. There’s no way to connect your Roll20 content with your DMsGuild content yet. Roll20 estimate that by January, they’ll have updated instructions and by February 2023, you’ll be able to sell Roll20 content from the DMsGuild.
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