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Reach millions of potential players.
Get benefits to help your game succeed.

You already put in the hard work, now gain some sweet perks that can help your game rise to the top. Build or port with Unity, then submit your beta or published game to the Windows Store and Windows Phone Store. Then get more out of your game with awesome benefits that can help get you and your app additional exposure to reach millions more.

Top ID@Xbox Winners

Congratulations to our monthly winners whose games earned them a Unity Pro license, a priority review for the ID@Xbox program, and an Xbox One dev kit.

Threye Interactive

Guardians of the Skies

(India)

MilkCap

Tiki Monkeys

(United Kingdom)

Formerdroid

Splemy

(United Kingdom)

Unity Offer Program Levels

Level 1

Create or port an innovative game made with Unity to the Windows Store or Windows Phone Store.

If you qualify, you could receive these benefits:

  • One license to Windows 8.1 Pro (up to US$200 in value)
  • Voucher to Unity Asset Store (up to US$100 in value)
  • One Developer device
  • Priority review for Windows Store promotion

Please see the Details page for application criteria, step-by-step instructions, a list of benefits, and a tip for monetizing your game.

Level 2

Applications that pass Level 1 and meet the Level 2 criteria will be reviewed for Level 2 benefits.

If you qualify, you could receive these benefits:

  • One million impressions Ad Package from AdDuplex (up to US$1,000 in value)
  • Voucher to Microsoft Store (up to US$100 in value, and subject to availability in your region)
  • Feature placement on the Made with Unity gallery
  • Priority review for Windows Store promotion
  • Top three candidates each month receive one Unity Pro License (up to US$1,500 in value)

Top three candidates each month receive priority consideration for review and acceptance to ID@Xbox Program, if interested.

Microsoft will provide technical consultation sessions for those selected into the ID@Xbox program and may highlight approved publishers on MSDN Gaming or other Microsoft sites.