Rights, ownership & copyrights of games

Learn more about the rights and ownership of your games.

Who owns the copyright for any games I make?

The designer or designers of the game own 100% of the copyright to it.

Who do games in The Sandbox belong to?

The games that are made and published in The Sandbox belong to the designer or designers of that game. As long as it does not violate another individual or entity's copyright or trademarks.

If I rent LAND instead of buying it, who owns the game that is built on the LAND?

The designer or designers of the game will own 100% of the game. The person you are renting the LAND from does not own any part of your game, just the LAND it is built on.

Are there any licencing rights?

When you upload content to The Sandbox, you grant us a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, sub-licensable (through multiple tiers), transferable right and licence to use, reproduce, publicly display, distribute and adapt the publicly shared Assets and Games for the purposes of developing, distributing, providing, improving, and promoting the Services, our activities, and your publicly shared Assets and Games. You further grant TSB the right to use your name and trademarks, if any, in connection with our use of your publicly shared Assets and Games. More information: https://www.sandbox.game/en/terms-of-use/.