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Sony has repeatedly said that they want to support more indie developers, particularly when it comes to developing for the PS4 and Vita, but they've shown that their support goes beyond that. In order to help indie developers showcase their games at Tokyo Game Show later this year, Sony has offered to pay the booth bill for any indie studio who attends. It does not matter if the studio is developing for PlayStation or not.
One booth in the indie corner costs $980 for all four days and $318 for the two days the show is open to the public. All indie developers have to do to partake in this generosity is to file an attendance application by June 11th.
It could end up being a complete waste of money for Sony, a company that is having its own financial struggles, but there's something to be said about being nice and practicing good karma and all that. Such generosity should be appreciated no matter what.
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