In early 2023, Evil Genius Games began working with Netflix and the acclaimed director Zack Snyder on developing a Rebel Moon TTRPG. We signed an official agreement with Netflix on March 22, 2023, to create the game and RPG-related materials, promising a finished game to coincide with the film's release on December 22, 2023.
By May, we had produced a 228-page World Bible (which vastly expanded on the universe envisioned by Snyder), a 430-page Player's Guide, and a 337-page Game Master's Guide. As of today, the game is ready to be released and enjoyed by fans worldwide. And it's AMAZING!
Unfortunately, after delivering this unbelievable world and tabletop role-playing game to Netflix, it canceled the contract and is asserting the IP we created, along with the entire game, now belongs to it. Netflix also refused to compensate us fairly for our work.
A message from D Todd Scott, CEO of Evil Genius Games
Netflix terminated our agreement on May 25, 2023, claiming that we violated confidentiality provisions in our contract by sharing artwork at an industry trade show called GAMA Expo. This termination came as a surprise for several reasons:
First, we want Netflix to let us release this game for millions of TTRPG enthusiasts to enjoy. Second, we want our team to be recognized for its fantastic work. Third, we want to be fairly compensated for the work that we did.
Help us send Netflix a message that what they did wasn’t fair - not fair to us or to you. There are two ways you can help:
Our voice is stronger when we use the same hashtags and mentions. Below we've given you some helpful resources to get started.
Zack Snyder talks about the Rebel Moon Roleplay Game
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