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License Agreement for Video Game Rights

Film producers, give a game developer the rights to use characters, action and events from a motion picture or TV series in a computer game program with this License Agreement for Video Game Rights.
  • The developer is granted a non-exclusive license to use specific characters, settings, action, storylines, voices, music, artwork, etc. as elements in the game.
  • The license is granted for a particular territory (either worldwide or for specified countries), and the developer's rights only extend to creating, selling and marketing the game products within the territory.
  • The production company (licensor) reserves the right to market and sell similar products anywhere in the world.
  • Copyright to any object and source code created solely by the developer will be owned by the developer. If it was co-developed by the developer and the licensor, then copyright will be owned jointly by the parties.
  • The developer may contract with third parties for additional artwork, provided that they are approved by the licensor and sign a separate agreement with the licensor.
  • All game products must meet a set of product quality standards and be approved by the licensor.
  • If the developer uses a third party manufacturer to produce the products, the manufacturer must be approved by the licensor and must agree not to manufacture or distribute products to any other party except the developer.
This License Agreement for Video Game Rights template is available as a MS Word form, and is fully editable to fit your specific circumstances.

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