Yesterday we were featured in a news article about crowd-funding and Indiegogo on PokerListings.com. In his article, “Crowd-Funding Kickstarts New Wave of Poker Products,” Arthur Crowson examines Color Up as one example of a small poker business looking to raise support via online crowd-sourcing platforms. He interviewed Color Up’s founder, Sandy Metivier, to find out more about Color Up’s Indiegogo campaign.
The article makes interesting points about the risks and rewards of turning to others for supporting one’s small business, especially with the number of poker fans out there who want a great product. Alongside Color Up, businesses Goldfire Studios and Vanda Playing Cards are also featured in Crowson’s article.
You can read more about how Color Up and other small poker businesses are putting crowd-sourcing to work on the PokerListings website. Thanks to Arthur and PokerListings.com for showcasing our hard work and development!