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Meta will charge creators of digital assets about half of their sales as fees

Meta Platforms, the parent company of Facebook, will charge artists roughly 47.5 per cent on sales of digital goods and experiences created within the firm’s virtual reality platform Horizon Worlds.

According to a Meta spokesperson, the entire price consists of a 30% hardware platform fee for sales made through the Meta Quest Store, where it offers apps and games for its virtual reality headsets, and a further 17.5% cut as Horizon platform fees.

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On Monday, the internet behemoth said that it will begin testing tools for creators to sell digital assets and earn money on Horizon Worlds, a major component of its goal to build a metaverse.

Meta Platforms, the parent company of Facebook, will charge artists roughly 47.5 per cent on sales of digital goods and experiences created within the firm’s virtual reality platform Horizon Worlds.

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According to a Meta spokesperson, the entire price consists of a 30% hardware platform fee for sales made through the Meta Quest Store, where it offers apps and games for its virtual reality headsets, and a further 17.5% cut as Horizon platform fees.

On Monday, the internet behemoth said that it will begin testing tools for creators to sell digital assets and earn money on Horizon Worlds, a major component of its goal to build a metaverse.

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